Tuscan, AZ (PRWEB) May 25, 2011
Like most states in the US today, California is in economic crisis. In his new book Lethal Choices (published by AuthorHouse), author KC Youngblood shares a thriller with an exotic blend of Oriental intrigue and California politics.
“Too many financial obligations incurred during the guns and butter approach of the last decades,” writes Youngblood. “A crumbling infrastructure, K-12 schools ranked at the bottom in national surveys—how can it call be turned around? The time has come for hard choices—potentially lethal choices—to be made.”
Golden state political leaders introduce an astonishingly proposal that would completely refurbish the criminal justice system. While across the Pacific Ocean, a power struggle puts an end to equally ruthless heads of traditional businesses and the Japanese Mafia’s power struggle. Lethal choices flourish in both locations, and as these parallel story lines investigate areas too refreshingly controversial 'for any New York publisher to touch.'
This dominant novel of two cultures introduces many impressive characters, and ideas about capital punishment and the salvaging of criminals that are revolutionary in scope.
“Lethal Choices is a fast paced erotic thriller, propelled by strong male and female figures, seasoned with lusty imagery—the perfect summer read—but with a message,” says the author. “Pulsating action and interesting characters allow the intellectual medicine to go down easy.”
About the Author
KC Youngblood has lived all over the world, including several years in Japan. The author’s experiences in the Far East led to the special insights into the culture and the nature of the people that are readily apparent in Lethal Choices. This is Youngblood’s first novel.
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