|Did The CIA Topple The Peacock Throne?
|Posted on Monday, May 01, 2006 - 04:10 pm: |
CORAL SPRINGS, Florida – May 1, 2006 – Did the CIA topple the Peacock Throne? Did you ever wonder how we got into such a mess in the Middle East? Some questions that have long shadowed America’s place in history are posed and answered, at least fictionally, in SEVENTH DAWN OF DESTINY, a novel just released by e-books publisher Tantalizingtales.com.
The romantic swashbuckler, with an exciting balance of action, adventure and intrigue, follows the political awakening of American soldier Scott Fallon who is seduced by the luxurious lifestyle U.S. army officers once enjoyed there. When he falls in love with an Iranian girl, he gives American oil and arms interests and the CIA a way to force him into an assassination plot. Assigned a special mission for the Shah, he becomes a friend of the royal family—and the CIA has a man in place, should termination become necessary.
Scott Fallon is a hero who fights the system when it’s wrong but the stakes are incredibly high—the death of the most powerful man in Iran in exchange for the life of Scott’s son. SEVENTH DAWN OF DESTINY is based on real events in the life of Paul R. Wineman, one of the authors.
Other TantalizingTales.com books have received critical acclaim from the e-books community since the site launched in October 2005. Charlene Keel’s COME SLOWLY EDEN has been favorably compared to CATCHER IN THE RYE and critics have called THE LODESTONE by Kathryn Fairfax a “compelling story with characters expertly brought to life.”
TantalizingTales.com (now based in Coral Springs, FL) has also just released MORDRED AND THE KING by John Michael Curlovich. It’s a haunting fantasy-romance described as “Brokeback Mountain Goes to King Arthur’s Court.”
Seventh Dawn of Destiny (ISBN 0-9785513-0-3)
Mordred And The King (ISBN 0-9785513-1-1)
For more information or review copies:
Contact – Charlene Keel