One murder may lead to a deadly conspiracy that may sprawl the entire world. Deadly Politics is another entry in Jerry Labriola’s series of books following Dr. David Brooks, a physician turned private investigator. When signed on to find out who took out Connecticut’s governor, the lines of deep pockets takes him all over the world that will face him with potential romance, and threats to his own life. Deadly Politics is a must for those who enjoy mystery thrillers, recommended.
See the review for May, 2013 at Midwest Book Review – www.midwestbookreview.com/sbw/may_13.htm
In 2012, I spent some time meeting the public and signing books at the Eastern States Exposition (The BIG E) in West Springfield. The weather was wonderful. This is the New England State Fair, which was attended by over 1.3 million people during its 17 days in September. We were located in the Connecticut Building on the Avenue of the States. The Connecticut Authors & Publishers Association manages this bookstore at the fairgrounds, which involves more than 60 authors at various dates and times of the event. Nearly 300 book titles were shown in every available genre.
Learn more about The BIG E at their website: www.theBIGE.com
See you at the fair next year.
Bastille Day (July 14) is France’s National Holiday, much like Independence Day is in the United States. It derives its name from the capture of the Bastille, an old fortress that had been used as a prison. This 1789 event signaled the beginning of the French Revolution and, early on, to a popular national government.
Initially, agitator, writer and philosopher Thomas Paine fully supported the revolution along with the purported goals of Napoleon Bonaparte, but once the emperor moved increasingly toward a dictatorship, Paine turned on him with quotes like,” . . . the completest charlatan that ever existed.” Was the agitator in any way connected to Napoleon’s death?
Read this novel and dig into the cover-up. – The Strange Death of Napoleon Bonaparte
by Jerry Labriola, M.D – Hardcover at Amazon – Kindle – Nook – Kobo – Sony and look for it at iTunes.