Thursday, April 7, 2011

Synopsis:Dr. Paul Alban has tried hard to forget. He’s managed to carve out a quiet and relatively anonymous existence with his girlfriend Ellen while working as a physician in Somalia. But when a Somali pirate is injured during the hijacking of a cargo ship and brought to his clinic for treatment in the coastal town of Bosasso, the demons of his past threaten to destroy the future he’s trying to protect.

Bio: Daniel Rasic is a physician who live's on Canada's East Coast. Having written screenplays for years,

he turned to writing novels after a National Geographic article piqued his interest about modern day piracy. This led to The Pirates of Aden.

What will readers like about your book?
Like any good thriller, the book is fast-paced, with a lot of action and intrigue. But as much as it is a thriller, the book is also a character study of Paul Alban, a man who is avoiding his past. The book deals with issues about how one can ever exorcise the demons of the past.

Who are your favorite authors in the genre?
Dennis Lehane, John LeCarre, Tom Rob Smith.

What Inspired you to Write the Story?
I was in an airport, delayed and picked up a National Geographic. The feature story was about piracy in Indonesia. It totally captured my imagination. It led to more research, and eventually, The Pirates of Aden.

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