New Political Thriller Illustrates How Character And Integrity Are Determined By Small Choices

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Wren Richards announces publication of ‘NSA Unzipped and Exposed’

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A young Costa Rican bred to be a National Security Agency covert operative sets out on a 30-year journey to fulfill dangerous missions that test his morals and fortitude in Wren Richards’ political thriller, “NSA Unzipped and Exposed” (published by Archway Publishing).

As a child growing up in Costa Rica, Angelo Lopez harbors dark secrets that eventually send him spiraling downward into alcoholism at age 6. But everything is about to change when Angelo turns 17, suffers a family tragedy and is sent to the United States to attend school.

As soon as he arrives at Fort Benning, Georgia, Angelo learns that his father has paid for the school to transform him into a man. While Angelo endures a rapid-fire question and answer session with an army colonel, he has no idea that he is already being bred to be a covert NSA operative. As he acquires special skills and proves himself loyal to the cause even when it conflicts with his personal morals, Angelo embarks on missions that lead him through 30 years lined with incredible danger and psychological events that intensify as time moves forward. Now only time will tell if all his sacrifices are worth it, especially when it comes to love.

“Americans should not take for granted civil liberties, freedom of speech, rights of privacy, property rights, and freedoms to invent and to create,” Richards says.

The book is available for purchase at: https://www.amazon.com/Nsa-Unzipped-Exposed-Wren-Richards/dp/1480871443.

“NSA Unzipped and Exposed”
By Wren Richards
Hardcover | 6 x 9 in | 362 pages | ISBN 9781480871434
Softcover | 6 x 9 in | 362 pages | ISBN 9781480871441
E-Book | 362 pages | ISBN 9781480871458
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble

About the Author
Wren Richards is a political activist who promotes civil liberties and women’s rights. She ran for the Texas senate, served as a Wyoming delegate, and directed political campaigns for a Wyoming representative, senator, and governor. In addition to her public service, Richards supports and promotes the arts, serving as director of performing arts schools in Wyoming and Texas for over 36 years. Today Richards is a sculptor living in Galveston.

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