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CURSE THE MOON – by Lee Jackson

11 Jan

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Curse The Moon – First in the Cold War Series

His code-name is Atcho. He leads guerrilla fighters through the US-supported insurgency that rages at the Bay of Pigs in the early days of Fidel Castro’s Cuba. Captured and cast into the island’s worst dungeons, Atcho learns that a phantom-like officer of the Soviet KGB shadows him. Inexplicably released from incarceration and still dedicated to his country, he battles through the bowels of the Kremlin in Moscow, into the granite halls at West Point, and finally to highest levels in Washington, DC. Atcho’s rise opens doors into US National Defense even as the seemingly omniscient KGB officer holds unflinching sway over his actions. His public life clashes with secrets that only he and his tormentor share, isolating him in a world of intrigue among people whom he is determined not to betray – and then he finds that he is the trigger that could spark thermonuclear war.
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Curse the Moon received high praise, lots of 5-Star reviews, notably this one by Lieutenant-General Ricky Lynch, former Commanding General, 3rd Infantry Division during the Surge in Iraq.
“Riveting, and couldn’t put it down.”

Curse the Moon is available in print and digital version, 292 pages, ISBN: 9780989802574
$2.99 e-book, $13.78 paperback

Book Trailer
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KtukxMl1Zkc

Website
http://www.authorleejackson.com/book-table/

Amazon.com
http://amzn.to/1dFxIi2

Barnes&Noble
http://bit.ly/1lN1iJt
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About the Author

Lee Jackson Brings Heat To The Cold War:
He writes Historical Thriller Fiction – particularly surrounding the Cold War. Having lived in Morocco, Germany, Costa Rica, and of course in the United States and having been deployed to Iraq and Afghanistan for a combined 38 months,  Lee Jackson has been up-close-and personal with many different cultures.
He graduated from West Point and Boston University, resulting in a front row seat on many pivotal events. He now lives in Texas with his wife. Lee Jackson’s first novel, “Curse The Moon” launched in December 2013 and 2014 will see more of his work.

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One response to “CURSE THE MOON – by Lee Jackson

  1. athelsus123

    January 11, 2014 at 8:14 pm

    Thank you for sending this article about the book ‘Curse the Moon’; I found it very interesting and will buy the ebook version.

    I completed my first book ‘To Steal a Sea’ in October 2013, but sales have not been as strong as I’d hoped. I have a website to support the book at http://www.to-steal-a-sea.com.

    I know it’s cheeky to ask, but would you be interested to carry an article about the book in the same way as you’ve done for Lee Jackson? I’m sure it would help lift sales, and would also encourage me to proceed with my next book!

    Thanks in advance for reading this email.

    Best regards,

    Simon Reagan.

     

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