The Big Picture

The Big Picture

Book - 1997
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On the face of it, Ben Bradford is your standard Wall Street hot shot - Junior partner in a legal firm, 6 figure income, wife and two young kids straight out of a Gap catalogue. But along with the WASP lifestyle comes the sting - Ben hates it. He wants - has always wanted - to be a photographer. When he discovers his wife is playing outside the ground, the consequences of a moment of madness force him to question not just the design of his life but the price of fulfilment. Because finding yourself means nothing when you're pretending to be someone else. From the picket fences of yuppie New England to Montana's untouchable splendour, THE BIG PICTURE spans states and states of mind in a thrilling novel of genuine originality.
Publisher: New York : Hyperion, ©1997
ISBN: 9780349117386
Branch Call Number: KENNEDY
Characteristics: 374 p. ; 25 cm


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Feb 12, 2016

I read this book years ago and was excited to come across it again.
Not only is it a murder-mystery, it's also an interesting look at the world of an artist and the ability of people to recreate themselves.

Nov 18, 2010

A great read and a thriller from a unique point of view.... the killer's

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