Dunham Books Releases NOBLE'S QUEST by Sally Fernandez
Dunham Books announces the release of Noble's Quest, a novel by Sally Fernandez. This new novel was released on June 11, and is the sequel to Fernandez' first novel, Brotherhood Beyond the Yard.
Major earth shaking events in Europe and the USA converge to fuel Interpol and the States Intelligence Agency to join forces. Although seemingly detached, the threats prompt Noble Bishop, Director for the SIA, and Enzo Borgini, Executive Director of Police Services for Interpol, to conduct joint investigations. Leading-edge technology is used to unravel the labyrinth of connections. The events are not coincidental. The enormous risks facing the USA and the world eventually draw the newly elected president into the picture. Land grabs, political manipulation, and a terrorist camp, along with sea changes in the American psyche are skillfully woven to form a tapestry of intrigue. Written in the author's patent style, readers will be beguiled by the artistic marriage of established facts with a storyline that lifts creativity to new heights. Readers are challenged to separate fact from fiction, in the true Fernandez style.
"A captivating second addition to the Simon Trilogy. Intense, rhythmic development woven brilliantly-at times haunting and foreboding-at others a palpable sensation of an unerring power, leaving you to confront your own views of contemporary events. The modern political thriller has a strong advocate in Fernandez."-Maestro Debra Cheverino, Internationally Recognized Conductor, Fulbright Scholar, Florence, Italy
Author Sally Fernandez has woven together a story based on knowledge garnered from careers in banking, computer technology and consulting, while living in New York City, San Francisco and Hong Kong. Being a world traveler and a political junkie with a vivid imagination enriches the mix. Ms. Fernandez divides her time between homes in the United States and Florence, Italy.
Publication Date: June 11, 2013
Trade Paperback: ISBN 978-1939-447-050 ($15.99)
ebook: ISBN 978-1939-447-067 ($12.99)
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