Tucson, AZ, December 08, 2013 --(PR.com
)-- Port Ludlow, WA author Walter B. Biondi has been signed by Tate Publishing for his newest suspense novel titled "The Promiscuous Puppeteer." The novel entails a multi-faceted story about a secret gold exploration and mining company, funded by a mining syndicate comprised of some of the largest mining companies in the U.S. The new exploration company's CEO is uncharacteristically and unconventionally approached by a Nevadan Mexican-Native American woman who's skills, from a sordid and seedy past, are potentially useful in addressing the elaborate, inter-connected, proposed catapulting of the world's largest gold discovery onto the world stage. Chinese intelligence and embassy officials, U.S. politicians, unscrupulous industry leaders and a fledgling, but growing, Indian mafia all are primary constituents of a compelling and momentous drama, a small portion of which is based on fact. The story takes place in many western U.S. states stretching from Colorado, to the deserts of the American Southwest, the mountains of Idaho, and the seaside locations of the Pacific Northwest.
This new book was three years in the making with much of it done from on-site visits and research. The author plans to donate a portion of his royalties to a Native American Charity. Tate Publishing can be contacted for advance book orders, proposals, contacting the author's publicist, or for scheduling the author for special events or interviews.