The Aztlan Project: the Swine Flu Conspiracy

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A powerful thriller that tries to reveal the truth behind the Swine Flu outbreak. An exciting story mixing mystery, conspiracy and history.

THE AZTLAN PROJECT

There are things in life that are intrinsic. One of them is to fight for justice and truth. But what if the truth was actually the fruit of terrible secrets and dreadful lies?

Many fans are anticipating the last book by J.N. Paquet -- The Aztlan Project. The Aztlan Project will be officially released for Halloween, on October 31, 2010. While most people celebrating the annual holiday will be visiting haunted houses, committing pranks, watching horror films, or telling each other ghost stories and frightening tales, J.N. Paquet fans will be rejoicing over the release of his new powerful thriller.

The author says it all on the book cover: "There are things in life that are intrinsic. One of them is to fight for justice and truth. But what if the truth was actually the fruit of terrible secrets and dreadful lies?"

What we read here is a powerful thriller that tries to reveal the truth behind the Swine Flu outbreak. Even though it is a work of fiction, the book was inspired by a real story and is based on historical facts. This certainly is an exciting story mixing mystery, conspiracy and history.

THE HISTORICAL CONTEXT:
April 2009. An outbreak of a new strain of influenza commonly referred to as "Swine Flu" infects people in Mexico and other parts of the world. Initial reports suggest that the outbreak started in February due to farming practices at a pig farm. The new strain is identified as a combination of several different strains of Influenzavirus A, subtype H1N1, including separate strains of this subtype circulating in humans and in pigs. The World Health Organization (WHO) and the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) express serious concerns that the new strain, which transmits between humans and has had a high mortality rate in the Mexican cases, has the potential to become an influenza pandemic.

THE STORY:
Jean-Baptiste Duprés was a French Investigative Journalist working in Mexico when the outbreak of the Swine Flu virus began in the country. On 25th April 2009, he decided to give up his work on a high-level drug mexican cartel to start an investigation on the new deadly virus. Duprés' investigation quickly led him into an unbelievable conspiracy and despite the risks, he eventually discovered what really lies beneath the official truth about H1N1... How far were the pharmaceutical companies, the Spanish Crown, or the Vatican actually involved? This is his story...

WHERE TO FIND THE AZTLAN PROJECT:

THE AUTHOR:
J.N. Paquet was born in Brittany in 1977. A French author and columnist, he lived in France, Brazil and in England. Currently living in London, he is the author of eleven books and has been a columnist for several years for various online magazines. He is also a member of the Committee of Concerned Journalists (CCJ). Among his published work, one can find a play, a science fiction trilogy, three short stories, three children's books, some poetry and a thriller. He also writes online Op-Eds for newspapers and magazines. Official website: http://www.jnpaquet.com

THE MUSIC:
While writing "The Aztlan Project", J.N. Paquet offered to one of his best friends, a French musician called Suly, to collaborate to his thriller through the production of an album, "The Aztlan Project (Music inspired by)". The album was released in April 2010 and is available to download on the internet via iTunes, Amazon, eMusic, HMV, etc.
Suly was born in Brittany in 1978. French musician, he is currently living in London. His first soundtrack album, "THE AZTLAN PROJECT (Music inspired by)", was a new and successful experience for Suly, who traditionally composes Drum & Bass / Electro / Dubstep music. He is currently working on a 8 titles Dubstep album. Official website: http://www.suly.co.uk

THE BOOK COVER:
J.N. Paquet is always trying to keep his book covers as dark and mysterious as possible. This time, he asked his friend photographer, Laurent Compagnon, to come with a very symbolic picture for "The Aztlan Project".
Laurent Compagnon is a London-based French professional photographer who produces quality, modern and stylish work. He specialises in Stage photography and Portrait photography. He has been working on J.N. Paquet's book covers since 2008 and has created the book cover of "THE AZTLAN PROJECT". Official website: http://www.stageandportrait.com

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