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New Title for Book One in the Nine Inch Bride Series

The quick of it is this: in 2012 we released book one in the Nine Inch Bride series with the title Conundrum. This title, we later found, has been so used and abused as to fill a library of works thus named and, as much as we like it, has presented us with a disambiguation problem.

Reluctantly, the author was compelled to retire that name and seek a new title, and finally arrived at one we both like far better, one which goes beyond just solving the identity problem by being more intimate to the storyline and its narrative character.

Both the paperback and eBook versions of Conundrum have now been taken off-sale. We have re-introduced the same book using the same cover under the new title An Epiphany on Wall Street. We expect this rubric on the cover will better prepare readers for the context of the story, as well as expand the book's reach going forward.

"Destined to become a classic..." as one reviewer has said, a side effect may be to make a collector's item of earlier paperback copies bearing the Conundrum title. We sure hope so.

Get your hands on the new paperback at CreateSpace.

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Noam Chomsky: On Power and Ideology


Noam Chomsky discusses the persistent and largely invariant features of U.S. foreign policy — in the words of U.S. planners, "the overall framework of order” — and its intimate relationship with U.S. domestic policy.

The U.S. foreign policy issues raised in his speech are explored thematically in book two of the Nine Inch Bride series, Suited For War.



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