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Examining the Middle East War Process -- New Book Provides Seldom Discussed or Known Insights to America's Necessary Involvement in Region
SALT LAKE CITY, May 5, 2003 (PRIMEZONE) -- The Middle East still remains a powder keg even with the ousting of Saddam Hussein's regime in Iraq as America's eyes have recently refocused on neighboring Syria and Iran. With Ret. Lt. Gen. Jay Garner stepping into Baghdad to help the interim peace process, Richard P. Robison contends that America must keep its foothold in the region as the war on terrorism still rages. His new book, The Middle East War Process: The Truth Behind America's Middle East Challenge: A Book of Answers (now available through 1stBooks Library), explains the real reasons for America's presence in the cradle of civilization.
Vicious Gigolo In The Tropics -- The terrifying real life accounts of a despot and the women he horrendously executed
WOLCOTT, Conn., May 5, 2003 (PRIMEZONE) -- Ever heard of the infamous Rafael Trujillo from the green valleys, tropical rivers and majestic mountains of the Dominican Republic? Overflowing with stunning descriptions of nature's bounty in the small Dominican island and vivid depiction of this autocratic ruler's cruelty over his people, Miguel Aquino's The Loves of the God: A Fact Based Novel (now available through 1stBooks) is a seething portrayal of Dominican Republic's tyrant and his perennial exploitation, abuse and murder of beautiful and innocent women.