Publisher Announces New Electronic Version of Novel, "The Sugar Rat"

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With the upcoming release of the movie, "The Informant," scheduled in a few days, New Gutenberg, Inc, a publishing company based in Chapel Hill, NC announces the publication of the Amazon Kindle edition of The Sugar Rat, its 2006 novel which is also based on the Archer-Daniels-Midland scandal of the 1990's.

With the upcoming release of the movie, "The Informant," scheduled in a few days, New Gutenberg, Inc, a publishing company based in Chapel Hill, NC announces the publication of the Amazon Kindle edition of The Sugar Rat, its 2006 novel which is also based on the Archer-Daniels-Midland scandal of the 1990's.

Although fiction, The Sugar Rat is based on sources often closer to reality than those used by other purported non-fiction books on the topic, including extensive consultation with the Informant himself, Mark Whitaker, who says The Sugar Rat is "an excellent read and a story that I certainly can relate to having lived through it."

The Sugar Rat was written by Gregory H. Bohlen and Jay Bryant. It has also received high praise from other sources, including NY Times best-selling author Lewis Perdue, who called it, "a cunning, sly read with a cliffhanger around every corner and a backbone of truth at its core."

The paperback version of The Sugar Rat, ISBN 0-9774162-0-8, is available through the Atlas Books distribution network as well as on Amazon, and through the website http://www.newgutenberg.com. The new Kindle version is Amazon cataloged as ASIN: B002OHD1Y4, and is priced at $9.95.

Kindle books are downloadable electronic publications designed for the Kindle Reading Device, sold by Amazon Digital Services.

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