Chef and Noted Culinary Author Throws His Hat into the Fiction Ring with A More Perfect Union

Mobile, AL (PressExposure) March 07, 2007 -- Imagine being awakened in the night because your only child has died of a drug overdose. Imagine the anguish you would feel as you laid your daughter to rest. Imagine you are just one person pitted against an apathetic government, a foreign cartel, and countless drug lords. Alexander Lawrence doesn’t have to imagine it; he is living it.

The most common fear of any parent is a child's death. The despair and grief leave most feeling utterly helpless. This holds true for Alexander F. Lawrence. But he is not helpless. On the contrary, he is the President of the United States. Some call him a hero, others a vigilante, and still others call him a psychopath.

Explore the drama when the American tragedy happens to the most powerful man in the world. A More Perfect Union blends riveting storytelling and skillful character development featuring villains you love to hate and heroes who make you cheer. Along with the main storyline there are a handful of subplots that keep the reader rapt until the end very end.

“The opening pages of this book haunted me months before I quite literally put pen to paper,” said Donald. “But having no history as a fiction writer publishing houses have been reluctant to read the manuscript. Lulu’s services are just what the author ordered. Self-publishing is the future of literature and is its catalyst..”

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ABOUT AUTHOR Stuart Reb Donald is a chef and culinary author. He attended Belmont University in Nashville, TN where he studied Business Management and Liberal Arts. A More Perfect Union is his second book and first work of fiction.

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MEDIA CONTACT: Stuart Reb Donald,
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