by Dee Dupree Silverstein
Killing his best friend who was a decorated colonel in his army is just one of the many atrocities that Lebanons Prime Minister has committed. Now, his stockpile of nuclear weapons is causing conventional US military strategists to clamor for a first strike against the rogue state.
The United States President proposes a meeting with the Lebanese Prime Minister to reach a nonviolent conclusion to this conflict. Her plan is to use a portal into mind and invoke his primal sympathy. This idea causes her battle-hardened Secretary of Defense to sanction rumbles of impeachment.
Yet, who among them could know that their first woman president is not only the embodiment of immense talent, but also the key to an absolute existential truth accessed by what was long ago given up as a failed CIA experiment?
About the Author
Dee Dupree Silverstein has a background in public relations and marketing, and started Dupree/Miller and Associates with her literary business partner, Jan Miller. She studied screenwriting with Dr. James Boyle, former professor at the University of Southern California Film School, and worked as a writer for film producer Martin Jurow (Breakfast at Tiffanys, Terms of Endearment). She was the ghostwriter on actor Dennis Weavers autobiography. She co-founded Dallas Acts Kind and The Kindness Foundation in Dallas, Texas. Silverstein lives in Colorado with her family.
(2014, Hardcover, 328 pages)