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Below the Line
 
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Brian Tobin
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Below the Line

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Squeak Bartholomew is a small-town handyman who needs some quick cash to save his niece from jail. Martin Oals is an out of work Hollywood actor branching into some very dangerous areas. Joel Opatkin is a movie studio vice-president who is about to be fired and face financial ruin. Henry Voght is a corrupt LAPD officer, freelancing by shaking down drug dealers. And they ar ...more
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Published (first published June 17th 2011)
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Lloyd Lofthouse
Mar 29, 2012 rated it liked it
Who is Brian Tobin?

When I review a book, I'm always curious about the author and use Google to discover who he or she is. Usually, there is a Website, a Blog, press releases — lots of info on the author as a person and his or her work.

However, when I Googled Brian Tobin, the author of "Below the Line" and his other novels such as "The Ransom" (1991- St. Martin's Press), "The Missing Person" (1994 - St. Martin's Press), and "A Victimless Crime" (July 14, 2011 - Create Space), the only Brian Tobin
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Article first published as Book Review: Below The Line by Brian Tobin on Blogcritics.


Living a double life can be dangerous, and in Hollywood where everyone knows your business, even the smallest of mistakes become deadly.

In Below The Line by Brian Tobin, we follow along with a group of people, interconnected with just the smallest of lines. Martin Oals had been lucky early in his life in Hollywood; he had some great small parts in some of the most popular shows. While not a huge celebrity, recog
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