Cazenovia, NY, November 14, 2006 --(PR.com
)-- In two newly released political thrillers, ex-diplomat, military intelligence officer and news reporter James Bruno authentically captures the hardball maneuverings and virtual morality of Washington power politics.
In Permanent Interests, corrupt White House officials sell out to the Russian and American mobs to re-elect a weak U.S. President at all costs. Diplomat Bob Innes teams up with a beautiful Russian escort to bring down the President’s inner circle. An out-of-control leadership structure manned by arrogant and power-hungry politicos comes crashing down in the face of relentless pursuit of the truth by the system’s would-be victims.
The international thriller Chasm demonstrates how malicious policies can overwhelm their implementers, dragging them into hellish behavior and self-destruction. An actual post-WWII clandestine program to resettle war criminals in the U.S. continues to the present day as Operation Chasm. This super-secret program gets out of hand as modern day war criminals go on a rampage of arson and murder across the U.S. But one average citizen, Mike Gallatin, a victim of the policies, embarks on a quest to expose the hypocrisy and lies.
For more information or to request review copies, please contact the author at his webpage. Permanent Interests and Chasm are available for sale online at Amazon.com, Barnes and Noble, Borders, and other wholesale and retail vendors worldwide. Visit the author’s webpage at http://www.lulu.com/JamesBruno.
About the Author
James Bruno was a career diplomat with the U.S. State Department, a military intelligence analyst at the Pentagon and a news reporter with CBS-News and UPI. He is currently a member of the Diplomatic Readiness Reserve. A graduate of the U.S. Naval War College and Columbia University, he lives with his wife and two daughters in Upstate New York. Drawing on his experiences, Mr. Bruno’s novels possess a sense of realism rarely matched in his genre.
Permanent Interests (ISBN 978-1-4303-0042-7)
Chasm (ISBN 978-1-84728-610-9)