Author Nick G. Boyd Weaves War, Revolution and True Love in Escape from Argentina

LOS ANGELES, Calif. (PRWEB) December 22, 2012

From Nick G. Boyd, a multi-talented author, is a martial arts expert, and a thespian. Escape from Argentina: Blood on the Tulip is an action-filled adventure about romance, revolution and betrayal set against the backdrop of a country undergoing crucial transformations. Boyds newly published novel bespeaks revolution, war, and a true everlasting love; it takes a hard look on human compassion and self-sacrifice, followed by a smile in moments of agonizing death.

In Boyds saga, there was unrest in the city followed by an uprising led by the student evolutionary group; the students were valiant in their struggle; weary yet heightened, they danced, and sang victory songs. To keep their tyrannical reign, in response to the uprising, the governments long-arm, subservient military declared a curfew, and created a notorious military special-op unit to mark the leaders of the uprising for assassination.

Jean Lui is a CIA operative sent to coordinate a rescue mission in the Southern Hemisphere. He goes to Buenos Aires and helps the revolutionaries in their struggle for freedom. During the commencement of the revolution, he falls in love with Angelin, a beautiful young freedom fighter. Soon he discovers he has been used; his great love Angelin has vanished without a trace: she betrayed him as well as the revolution.

Under continued threat of death, Jean Lui finally finds Angelin on the beautiful shores of Rio de Janeiro, and realizes Angelin is under the protection of the Brazilian revolutionaries. Determined to get her back, Jean Lui contacts his CIA associates in Brazil to put him in touch with underground forces for help.

In a different arena, under the darkness of night, a covert arms shipment is in progress on the shores of Monte Video. War breaks out, and British and U.S. warships are engulfed by fire.

With its riveting plots and sub-plots, engaging dialogues among intriguing characters, as well as its descriptive narratives, Escape from Argentina is an exhilarating historico-political fiction that is sure to keep readers at the edge of their seats. Boyd has successfully woven an entertaining tale that doubles as an eye-opener for society.

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About the Author

Nick G. Boyd is a writer of historical events and a novelist. He is also a drama instructor licensed by the Department of Education, State of California for post-secondary and vocational instructions. He taught acting in New York City, and Universal City, California for 10 years. Boyd studied Engineering (Thermodynamics), as well as Linguistics, Philology, Liberal and Fine Arts in Europe and New York City. He holds 5th degree black belts in close combat. He taught combat training overseas and in the U.S. for 10 years. While on an assignment in the Southern hemisphere, the events inspired Boyd to write the story Escape from Argentina, Brazilian connection, Blood on Tulip. Boyd is currently in process of completing other stories, titled April 24th Genocide and a World War II story, the Mussolini project, Blood on Ice.

Escape from Argentina * by Nick G. Boyd

Blood on the Tulip

Publication Date: December 18, 2012

Trade Paperback; $ 19.99; 362 pages; 978-1-4797-1813-9

Trade Hardback; $ 29.99; 362 pages; 978-1-4797-1814-6

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