Book Review: Evening's Empire by Zachary Lazar

In 1975, when the author was 6, the father he barely knew was shot in the head in a parking garage. More than 30 years later, Lazar tells the haunting story of this outwardly conventional accountant's secret criminal life.

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In 1975, when the author was 6, the father he barely knew was shot in the head in a parking garage. More than 30 years later, Lazar tells the haunting story of this outwardly conventional accountant's secret criminal life—while painting an indelible portrait of the Space Age suburbs and an American dream built on fraud. Timothy Hodler

Evening's Empire by Zachary Lazar [Little, Brown, $25]

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