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Howard Rahtz, Steve Anderson & Vladimir Alexandrov: Coming Attractions

Here are some handpicked titles from our Coming Attractions page. Want to include your book? Just read our Share Your New Book with GalleyCat Readers post for all the details.

Drugs, Crime and Violence: From Trafficking to Treatment by Howard Rahtz: “Forty years ago, President Richard Nixon declared a ‘war on drugs.’ Since that time, the country has incarcerated thousands of citizens and spent billions of dollars, and yet the drug problem rolls on.” (August 2012)

Caveat Emptor by Steve Anderson: “Jack Henderson is a middle aged man trapped in a loveless marriage and a boring job when suddenly he is catapulted into a world of espionage and intrigue when his old friend from The Navy is accused of stealing a tonne of plutonium to sell to the Iranians Jack is forced trying to clear his old friend’s name and ends up chasing the stolen plutonium 1/2 way across the world.” (December 2012)

The Black Russian by Vladimir Alexandrov: “Frederick Thomas is fascinating because of the extraordinary way he escaped the constraints of his humble origins and being black in the United States, because of how his life went from rags to riches to ruin not once but twice as a consequence of revolutionary transformations in two exotic societies.” (March 2013)

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