AIDS in the 21st century is successful, intelligent and drop dead gorgeous!

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A fictional novel about a non-fictional epidemic.

People living with AIDS are no longer the victims in the R. M. Guzman’s new psychological thriller “Tainted.” The victims in this mind-provoking suspense are the innocent unsuspecting people who are healthy and naïve.

The main character, Sebastian Alzmek, is an excellent example of just one of many AIDS carriers who are walking this country and just like their viral load they are undetectable. He is respected, successful, powerful and beautiful. He prowls the technological superhighways, crowded nightclubs and streets searching for new victims just like you.

AIDS awareness today is no longer trendy. It is out of style to wear a red ribbon, protest, or use the word “condom,” much less use one. Today, discussing an individuals HIV status is virtually taboo. In the “Tainted” world the lines between negative, positive, gay and straight have been blurred and now an entire generation is at risk.

This tale embarks on the ignorance of our time, a time where awareness and education is at sub-zero. It will make every single reader wonder if anyone is safe from the predators of the unseen secret underworld of the “undead.” “Tainted” will make you question everything you ever believed to be real about life, death, AIDS and your perception. It will trigger anyone to think twice about who they are having sexual relations with.

In a country ruled by reality shows and celebrity, AIDS has been forgotten. The real reality is that every minute 48 new cases world wide are diagnosed, one-fourth are under 24 and at least three have died.

Publication 6-27-2005 / ISBN 0-595-34675-8 Paperback / 0-595-79565-X Hardcover / Pages 280

Author: RM Guzman /


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