By Graham Johnson
Graham Johnson was once a fresh-faced journalist with an ambition to wreck the massive information tales and make his identify as a celeb reporter while a proposal got here in to paintings at a number one tabloid... he couldn't say no. immediately, he discovered himself drawn right into a global of sleaze, spin and corruption - the place bending the legislation used to be justifiable searching for the big-selling tale and bending the reality was once the norm.
Against his larger judgement, Graham came across his area of interest during this new global and, what's extra, he chanced on that he was once stable at it. In his time initially the inside track of the realm then the Sunday reflect, he made a reputation for himself as a guy who may well carry the tale, it doesn't matter what - a type of tabloid terrorist who rifled via celebrity's garbage boxes, staked out politicians' inn rooms, and paid-up web page 3 women to seduce Premiership footballers, all within the identify of scoring a front-page story.
Hack is a compelling and intoxicating tale of 1 man's time within the tabloid jungle - a global that during its heady mixture of intercourse, medicinal drugs and informal immorality is corresponding to the town - and the way he finally kept himself.
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