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Author Dale Arden’s new novel features unique revenge plot against mafia

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“The Iguana Project” is required reading for fans of organized crime stories and page-turning thrills.

For years, the American public has held a fascination with the shadowy world of organized crime. Movies, television, and literature have all been dominated by stories of the mafia and their various misdeeds.

“The Iguana Project,” the new novel from author Dale Arden, is the latest entry into the arena. Young Patrick Bradaigh, fresh out of law school, unwittingly gets tangled up in mafia business. He quickly falls in over his head and begins to fear for the safety of his loved ones. As he attempts to withdraw from a life of crime, the brutal murder of his beautiful wife motivates Patrick to plot his revenge against some of the most dangerous criminals in the world.

Arden weaves a tightly constructed, yet far-reaching tale, as the uniquely devised plot moves seamlessly around such diverse topics as the mafia, NASA, and, of course, iguanas.

“The Iguana Project” is required reading for fans of organized crime stories and page-turning thrills.

For more information, visit http://www.dalearden.com.

The Iguana Project
By Dale Arden
ISBN: 978-1-48343-2-687
Available in softcover, hardcover, e-book
Available on Amazon, Barnes & Noble and Lulu.com

About the author
Dale Arden is the retired president and CEO of an international consultant firm. He has published articles in trade publications and been a guest speaker at many international business conferences. The Arthur Young Entrepreneurial Services Organization nominated him as Entrepreneur of the Year. He holds a B.S. from Washington University in St. Louis.

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