Vote the Cover of Cash Kushel’s “Sense of Direction”
VIRGINIA BEACH – Cash Kushel’s newest book, Sense of Direction, is a political thriller set in Florida about a professor who volunteers to do a favor and soon is in a race for survival.
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Professor Steven Kaye is enjoying country club life in Florida when his son Ross volunteers him as the chauffeur to presidential candidate Senator Dallas Dunn. During a weekend of political rallies, fundraisers and a presidential debate, Kaye must become bodyguard as well to protect the Senator and himself from evil forces.
Recent national events prompt Dunn to make a bold speech about securing America’s borders, triggering attempts by his many detractors to sabotage his candidacy. Due to a highly charged political landscape, various factions adopt strategies that call for the senator’s demise.
A Mexican drug lord, a Vietnam vet, a distressed defense contractor, a handsome cartel henchman, and former members of the Bulgarian Secret Police all stand in the way as the senator tries one last time to secure his party’s nomination.
What starts as a simple assignment for Kaye becomes a race to survive and find a sense of direction.
Sense of Direction launches in October of 2013.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Paul “Cash” Kushel is an accomplished storyteller whose novels include Lotto Trouble, The Choosers and Stockhammer. He holds a Ph.D. from the University of Texas at Austin. He has been an award winning professor for the past thirty three years at both Fordham University and New York University. Kushel has appeared on television numerous times as a business and legislative analyst.