A & R (2000) by Bill Flanagan
A music exec struggles to fulfill his job description while remaining fair to the artists he represents.
“Is there a better, funnier, truer novel about the contemporary music business? I don’t think so. A&R is that extremely rare, satisfying thing-ferocious satire with a moral compass.” — Kurt Andersen, author of Turn of the Century
“Flanagan’s a clever writer, and he threw enough curve balls to keep it interesting.” — blogger Alex