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Book Title: A Season for Redemption|
ISBN 13: 9780982759004
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The author of the book: Ronald S. Barak
Edition: Gander House Publishers
Date of issue: May 6th 2010
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From one of America s newest and most engaging novelists comes the gripping story of a political system gone awry and those who feel compelled to fix it. Detective Frank Lotello is investigating a murder his first time back on the job following the sudden death of his wife. It s a doozy. Three prominent D.C. politicians are brutally murdered. Capitol Hill is in a panic. There are some who whisper the three had it coming their corruption had played a significant role in the collapse of the economy. When local businessman Cliff Norman is arrested, the whole town breathes a sigh of relief, especially the politicians. Though Norman had motive he lost his business and home in the financial crisis, and his son died of a rare cancer when his insurance carrier refused to pay for experimental treatment Lotello suspects Norman s involvement may only be the tip of the iceberg. The more he investigates, the more he uncovers, including a disturbing connection to the White House. Norman s trial begins. An angry nation rallies behind an unlikely folk hero. Judge Arnold Lambert and a fiercely-divided jury confront a question that threatens to tear the country apart. Were Norman s actions legally justified by a widespread and growing political abuse of trust? Lotello races to unravel the truth before the jury reaches a verdict that may alter the course of U.S. history. Fast-paced and eerily plausible, a season for redemption is the debut of a compelling new author. For more information, visit www.aseasonforredemption.com.
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Read information about the authorDescribed by his readers as a cross between Agatha Christie, Lee Child, and John Lescroart, bestselling author Ron Barak keeps his readers flipping the pages into the wee hours of the night. While he mostly lets his characters tell his stories, he does manage to get his licks in too.
Barak derives great satisfaction in knowing that his books not only entertain but also stimulate others to think about how things might be, how people can actually resolve real-world problems. In particular, Barak tackles the country’s dysfunctional government representatives—not just back-seat driving criticism for the sake of being a back-seat driver, but truly framing practical remedies to the political abuse and corruption adversely affecting too many people’s lives today. Barak’s extensive legal background and insight allow him to cleverly pollenate his fiction and today’s sad state of political reality.
In his latest novel, THE AMENDMENT KILLER, Barak calls upon his real world legal ingenuity and skill to craft a 28th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution criminalizing political abuse and corruption that Constitutional scholars across the country are heralding as a highly plausible answer to the political chaos destroying the very moral fiber of the country today. It’s difficult to read THE AMENDMENT KILLER and not imagine what could—and should—be expected and demanded of those political leaders who have forgotten they are there to serve and not be served.
Barak is also a committed and strident advocate of finding a cure for diabetes. One of the primary characters in THE AMENDMENT KILLER is the feisty and precocious 11-year-old diabetic granddaughter of the Supreme Court justice holding the swing vote in a case in which Congress is challenging the validity of Barak’s hypothetical 28th Amendment. It is no small coincidence that Barak is himself a diabetic. Or that he has committed 50% of the net proceeds of THE AMENDMENT KILLER to diabetes research and education.
Barak is singularly qualified to have authored THE AMENDMENT KILLER, which will appeal to political and legal thriller aficionados alike. Barak is a law school honors graduate and a former Olympic athlete. While still in law school, he authored a bill introduced in Congress that overnight forced the settlement of a decades long dispute between the NCAA and the AAU to control amateur athletics in the United States.
Present-day politicians would do well to read THE AMENDMENT KILLER and not underestimate the potential of Barak’s 28th Amendment. You can read his 28th Amendment at ronaldsbarak.com/28th-amendment-page-2. You can also read his occasional political blogs at ronaldsbarak.com/blog.
Ron and his wife, Barbie, and the four-legged members of their family reside in Pacific Palisades, California.
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