A true thriller, this Ethan Benson novel paints a raw and vivid picture of the world of human trafficking.
ABOUT THE BOOK
Book Three in the Ethan Benson thriller series!
As inner demons threaten to destroy his life, Ethan Benson pursues a maniacal killer of innocent little girls who is terrorizing the city of New York. And when the police finally capture the fiend after a bloody gun battle on a dark, deserted street, Ethan discovers a startling secret that is far more sinister than he ever imagined.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Jeffrey L. Diamond is an award-winning producer with forty years of experience in television news, where he produced hundreds of breaking news specials, major newsmaker interviews, investigative reports, entertainment profiles, and crime stories for ABC News 20/20, Dateline NBC, FOX News, and Martha Stewart Living Television.
PRAISE FOR JEFF'S BOOKS
“Harsh, thrilling, and heart pounding, Live to the Network is an addictive, dark mystery with compelling storytelling and a pace that will leave you breathless...”
—Jennifer Gans Blankfein, Book Blogger at
Book Nation by Jen
“Live to the Network is a first-class edition to the addictive Ethan Benson series. This story of kidnapping, murder, and modern-day slavery grips you from the first page and doesn't let go. Unflinching, meticulously plotted, and fast-paced, this novel is a thrilling view into both a frightening underworld and into the world of media and journalism. Riveting!"
—Stephanie Powell Watts, Novelist and Associate Professor of Creative Writing, Lehigh University
“Jeff and I spent years working together at 20/20, and his novel captures the essence of storytelling and the art of the interview. The plotline is ripped straight from the headlines, and the book is sharp and fast-paced, a page turner that will hold your attention right down to the chilling climax.”
—Barbara Walters, former host at ABC's The View, 20/20, and NBC's Today Show
“Only those who have met evil up close and in person can understand how seemingly normal, successful people can sink to shocking levels of depravity. Diamond, in his decades of work as a journalist, has looked into evil's eyes in the real world, and used those memories to create one of the most terrifying killers in fiction.”
—Don Dahler, Novelist and Correspondent at CBS This Morning
“Ethan Benson is a new kind of hero… Sensitive and insecure, dogged and determined, sharp-witted and loving...”
—Al Roker, Host and Weatherman at NBC's The Today Show
“Live to the Network is one of the most tautly written, deeply suspenseful and heart- wrenching books I have read in many years... Diamond's years as a brilliant investigative reporter serve him well here, as this book is achingly detailed, portraying all sides with unstinting accuracy, and his own deep empathy. This is the best and worst of humanity laid out so strongly, it is truly unforgettable.”
—Karen Burnes, Former Correspondent at ABC News and CBS News
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