With thousands of small cities and towns in the United States and scarce resources to oversee them behind the rose-draped sidewalks, corruption wreaks havoc on innocent citizens. But some citizens will not go quietly in the night to let unscrupulous behaviors go unchecked. Tricking the City spotlights a year in the life of Demorest, Georgia, where municipal affairs are becoming as good of a plot as any for a Southern gothic novel. The only thing is, author Vivian Fong is a curator of the truth. Therefore, this is a biological work-and she will not stop writing until the truth sets her city free of corruption.
Tricking the City is appropriate and engrossing for any reader interested in, or desperate for, a helpful guide in bringing peace and order to their community.