Severna Park, MD (PRWEB) December 4, 2009
New York City. rival revolutionaries, a deadly monster, and a friendly vampire bring down the global financial system. In The Werewolf of Wall Street, Gary Greenberg and Jerome Tuccille tell the story behind the headlines dealing with the Wall Street meltdowns.
“I was up most of the night reading The Werewolf of Wall Street. Gary Greenberg and Jerome Tuccille are marvelous story tellers. I had to know how the book would end, and, somehow, I utterly suspended disbelief.” --Barbara Branden, author of The Passion of Ayn Rand
“A political satire expressed in the form of a horror story…Some of their ideas really are clever. Their secretive master villain’s ultimate secret really is ingeniously chosen.”
Ever since that odd night at The Pentangle Pub six years ago left-wing revolutionary Alex Mallum has had strange dreams and unexplained blackouts. Shortly thereafter the mysterious Luke Fenris appeared and in just a few short years has become the idol of Wall Street and talked about as an American savior. Each has secret revolutionary plans to change the face of American politics and their radical paths are on a collision course.
But unknown to each, they share a mysterious link to a deadly monster. Only Ludwig von Dracula, self-proclaimed descendant of the infamous count and head of the Vampire Liberation Front, knows the secret of the homicidal beast that binds these two rivals together but he’s not sure he should intervene. Not his problem. But if Alex Mallum doesn’t die before the completion of the upcoming eclipse of the Harvest moon the world may never be the same. Unless…
Gary Greenberg is the author of several books dealing with myth and history, including his popular 101 Myths of the Bible. He served as a consultant to National Geographic Television’s Science of the Bible series. In 1978 he ran as the Libertarian Party candidate for Governor of New York.
Jerome Tuccille is the author of numerous popular books including award-winning biography, Gallo Be Thy Name; true crime memoir soon to be a feature film Gallery of Fools; and the libertarian classic It Usually Begins With Ayn Rand. In 1974 he was the Libertarian Party candidate for Governor of New York.