Experiencing the Olympic massacre in Munich was affected me greatly. It was a worthwhile but psychologically jarring experience translating these events and emotions into print.
BEND, Ore. (PRWEB) August 22, 2014
In a world filled with wire tapping scandals, drone controversy and Edward Snowden, it’s only natural to wonder what else has been hidden from us.
Author, Steven Berg offers his spin on the government’s involvement in historic events with his new novel, “Errand Runner”.
The book is the tale of a young CIA recruit's journey across the world as he fulfills contract obligations that change the course of history. Throughout the novel, Berg intertwines famous historical conflicts such as terroristic events in Turkey and the 1972 Munich Olympic Massacre, which he witnessed firsthand.
“Experiencing the Olympic massacre in Munich was affected me greatly,” Berg said. “It was a worthwhile but psychologically jarring experience translating these events and emotions into print.”
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By Steven Berg
Available at: Amazon, iUniverse and Barnes and Noble online bookstores
About the Author
Steve Berg was born in North Dakota, grew up in Port Angeles, Washington, and eventually moved to Eugene, Oregon. Now retired from a lengthy career as a builder and health coach, Steve and his wife Jenny live in Bend, Oregon with their dog Rocky, and cat, Jay-J. This is his first novel.