History of Southern Arizona is Detailed in WRATH: A NOVEL
The rich history of Southern Arizona has compelled mystery writer Nicholas Hazel to pen another riveting novel that will hold reader's attention up to the very end. As Hazel unleashes his "WRATH," readers will experience how history will finally be avenged, or will it?
Rumors spread about something referred to as Dies Irae. The debonair Pedro Diaz seems somehow to be connected to whatever it is. Some of his apparent associates and some of his acquaintances get involved as well in finding out, and perhaps preventing it. Violence follows until an unexpected climax reveals what it is, rather than what it was.
This is a story of how one man is haunted by the past to the point of trying to avenge what was. Dealing with an important historical event that has echoes, and the potential of wreaking havoc in modern times, Hazel superbly portrays a series of events to effectively present how an issue of the past, real or imagined, can affect the present and the future.
"WRATH" is peppered with drama and mystery, but will still give readers intellectual pleasure by making an important point - how history can affect the present.
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About the Author
Nicholas Hazel is the author of this mystery. He has taught at major universities and has written scholarly books and articles. He is now enjoying philosophizing about life, and writing about the people and events conjured up in his mind by his new home state, Arizona, by the magnificient Santa Catalina Mountains that loom above him, by the vast Tucson Valley that stretches below him, and by the fascinating history and culture of the land that was acquired by the U.S form mexico throught he Gadsden Purchase.
Wrath * by Nicholas Hazel
Publication Date: March 28, 2014
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