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Sunday, July 24, 2016

ELECTION MIMICS NOVEL 

CROW DOG PRESS
Turlock CA


PRESS RELEASE

July 24, 2016


DEBBY WASSERMAN SCHULTZ RESIGNS IN DISGRACE
CAMPAIGN MANIPULATIONS RESEMBLE NOVEL



Does art mimic life or does life mimic art? The recent manipulations of the Democratic and Republican political machines are a reminder that every election campaign is a chess match. Bishops, knights and pawns fall according to the dictates of the players behind the scenes.

Jack Random gives us a glimpse behind the curtains in his latest novel, Pawns to Players: A Match for the White House. It is a contest that mirrors the current presidential campaign in a multitude of ways. Pitting a former Secretary of State against an outspoken billionaire with no political experience, it follows the dirty deals, the spying, the lying and manipulation that are central to every campaign. Behind it all sits two elite masters at a chessboard.

Would you like a glimpse of how it really works? Would you like to know who really wins, who really loses, what’s really at stake and how the players go about their work? Read Jack Random’s Pawns to Players before election time.


PAWNS TO PLAYERS: A MATCH FOR THE WHITE HOUSE
A NOVEL BY JACK RANDOM
THE CHESS SERIES
328 PAGES; ISBN-10:
PUBLICATION DATE: MAY 2016

Using a complex system of shadows and operators, Solana Rothschild and William Bates translate a chess match to real-world events to determine who will become the next president: Secretary of State Shelby Duran or flamboyant New York billionaire Daniel J. Wynn.

Available at Amazon.com.

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