"We have no indication of his whereabouts," Prudente said. "The authorities have given us no indication they have any leads whatsoever. Then, out of the blue, a tell-all, essentially, promising all these insider details hits the internet for sale."
The book is 51 pages long.
Its description calls Gov. Hogan "reckless, delusional and ego-driven," saying he "hung his friend, Roy, out to dry when the political headwinds became too strong."
WJZ reached out the Hogan and McGrath's attorney, Joseph Murtha, for comment.
"In this day and age, anyone can publish a 'book' and repeat bizarre and baseless accusations, including fugitives from justice who are facing multiple counts of fraud," a spokesperson for Hogan said.
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