Denton, TX, May 08, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- When the safety and soul of the United States are threatened, three Americans risk the ultimate sacrifice to uncover and expose a global conspiracy to defraud the nation of trillions of dollars in an operation funded by war profiteering and illegal drug sales. The despicable activities are sanctioned by the CIA, controlled by organized crime and laundered by Wall Street traders.
That’s the plot of “Blood Profit$: The Lithium Conspiracy,” a political thriller written by James N. Patrick Sr. and J. Victor Tomaszek. Vanessa Vanney Thompson, the host of “The Talent: Real Talk Show” on BlogTalkRadio, will interview Patrick about the novel at 7:30 p.m. Eastern Daylight Time/6:30 p.m. Central Daylight Time, Friday, May 9.
To listen to the interview, go to http://www.blogtalkradio.com/vanneylive/2014/05/09/jim-patrick.
“Blood Profit$: The Lithium Conspiracy,” released April 25 by Roundfire Books, takes readers through a maze of political corruption and intrigue at the highest levels of government. It’s the first book of a trilogy by first-time author Patrick and five-time novelist Tomaszek. The next book, “Blood Profit$: The Price of Indifference,” is scheduled for release in late 2014 or early 2015.
“The main characters, Generation Xers, are like many people the readers probably know, and they face ethical and moral decisions throughout the story,” said Patrick, who met Tomaszek through a shared love of alpacas.
“Blood Profit$: The Lithium Conspiracy” is available at www.Roundfire-Books.com and other major book sellers, including www.Amazon.com.
About James N. Patrick Sr. and J. Victor Tomaszek
Patrick is a former senior executive, research think-tank founder, keynote speaker and life coach. He is a specialist in world affairs, trend analysis and business and change.
Patrick owns Patricks’ Pastures Alpaca Ranch in Denton, Texas. He also owns and operates Old Irish Bed & Breakfast - Wedding and Event Center in Denton.
Tomaszek is an amateur operatic tenor, a Vietnam-era United States Air Force veteran and airborne firefighter and resided in Europe and Asia for extended periods, which he believes adds culture and spice to his novels. He raises alpacas in a Chicago suburb.
Tomaszek’s other novels are not political thrillers.