TitleVoices of the Victor
NameRoesch, Zachary W. (author), Zeidner, Lisa (chair), Rutgers University, Camden Graduate School,
DescriptionVoices of the Victor covers the story of Daniel Ackerman, a caustic journalist in the Newark, NJ, area who is fired shortly after learning that Neil, his adopted brother, has faked his own death. Jumbled up in his surprising inheritance is a famous stuffed dog and a priceless collection of RCA vinyl records, both of which are pursued by dangerous and occasionally beautiful women wrapped up in the employ of various record labels and music companies claiming ownership of the RCA trademark. Daniel and his best friend, a roadie for an old but newly famous band, are wrangled into the chase when the lead singer lets slip that he has information about Neil. Left alone to an abusive past and drug-abusing present, Daniel has to dust off an industry’s hazy past and at the same time deal with his own addictions and what he believes is the disintegration of language and meaning
Noteby Zachary W. Roesch
CollectionCamden Graduate School Electronic Theses and Dissertations
Organization NameRutgers, The State University of New Jersey
RightsThe author owns the copyright to this work.