Author Paco De Panal's New Book "The Paradox of Yesterday" Is a Jam-Packed Action Story with Deception and Excitement at Every Turn

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Recent release “The Paradox of Yesterday” from Page Publishing author Paco De Panal is an engrossing tale of government cover-ups and mysterious disappearances as the main character struggles to reveal the truth.

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While attending BMCC a class had a discussion on the assassination of then President Kennedy and everyone agreed that a lone gunman was responsible for the assassination. Author Paco De Panal always felt that a person does not assassinate the most powerful person in the world unless there is a conspiracy and on the same night he began to write "The Paradox of Yesterday": a story of seduction and espionage, as one man fights to uncover the truth behind the vanishing of his friend.

Paco De Panal was born in Catano, Puerto Rico on December 22, 1940; he came to the United States in August 1945. He grew up in the shadows of little Italy in Hell Gate on 105th street. He attended the New York City education system from second grade to high school. After several years of working in the New York City Housing Authority in the Youth Task Force, he attended Manhattan Community College at the age of 45. At first the move was to teach his daughters that you are never too old to continue with your education; he then graduated with an Associate’s Degree two years later. He later worked as an intergroup relation officer in the Community Affairs office/youth gang division. After the group proved themselves to the powers that be, their name was changed to the Special Assignment Unit, antagonizing the many detractors and gaining many new endorsers. He was working with the teenage gangs that resided in the developments of The New York City Housing Authority and the work was satisfying.

Published by New York City-based Page Publishing, Paco De Panal’s intense novel sways from torture and hiding to lust and longing in this fast-paced story of redemption.

The chatter of the jungle creatures outside the bamboo tiger cage-woke up Colonel Diaz with a startling effect. Every inch on his body was in pain from the torture section that he was introduced to, on the trail to his prison. He had been kidnapped on his second night when he reported to his new assignment in the republic of Vietnam.

He ventured out to find out who was big bird and why he had to die. Now, he was caught in the middle of a predicament that began late one night after a phone call by a close friend. Two days later, after he looked into the message that 'Big bird' would not fly any more. His friend was found dead outside a training area in Houston Texas, full of snakebites. Another message led him to a Post-office box in New York City where he found a manila envelope containing pictures and letters accusing a lot of powerful citizens in the death of his friend.

By this time, his body was in a sadistic downfall in his silent world from the debilitating pain. He screamed for a time out that would give him the time he needed to recover some of the strength that he lost from the torture onslaught. He did not know where he was, but he had an idea on where to start his recovery escape plan.

Readers who wish to experience this action-packed work can purchase “The Paradox of Yesterday” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play or Barnes and Noble.

For additional information or media inquiries, contact Page Publishing at 866-315-2708.

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