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Talk Talk by T. C. Boyle

Talk Talk begins with Dr. Dana Halter, a deaf woman, stopped for a traffic violation and then arrested for outstanding warrants against her. Dana, though, hasn't committed the crimes for which she's been charged, but quickly discovers that she's been the victim of identity theft. She finds the police, courts, and government officials unsympathetic to her plight, so along with her boyfriend Bridger, she sets out to find the man who stole her identity. Peck Wilson is the thief, an embittered man determined to steal his way to good fortune. Finding Wilson, though, may just make Dana's bad situation worse. T. C. Boyle's 11th novel has received mostly positive reviews with the Portland Oregonian saying, "Yet the book as a whole still resonates beyond the end, having provided not just entertainment but also tangible new experiences for readers to absorb."
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San Francisco Chronicle
review by Heller McAlpin

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by Michiko Kakutani

Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
review by Sherrie Flick

USA Today review
by Jacqueline Blais

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by Ian Schwartz

Boston Phoenix review
by Peter Keough

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by Ron Charles

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by Bharti Kirchner

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