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Published:March 1st, 2012 17:15 EST
Tony Piazza Discusses 'The Curse of the Crimson Dragon' on The American Perspective

Tony Piazza Discusses 'The Curse of the Crimson Dragon' on The American Perspective

By Judyth Piazza CEO (Editor)

Tony Piazza currently works as a Quality Assurance assistant for a food safety laboratory in Santa Maria, California. He spent twenty years prior to this as a biology research scientist for the University of the Pacific, Veterans Administration Hospital, and University of California in San Francisco.

In the 1970s he worked in film and television with such stars as Michael Douglas, Steve McQueen, Paul Newman, and Clint Eastwood. His second occupation- and the one he enjoys the most, is as an author of mystery and action adventure stories.

His novel, "Anything Short of Murder" was published in 2010, and his second book, "The Curse of the Crimson Dragon, was released in January of 2012. Tony is also a member of two writer`s organizations- Sister`s in Crime (National, Los Angeles and Central Coast Chapter) and the SLO NightWriter`s Organization of San Luis Obispo.


The Curse of the Crimson Dragon

Ryan was a pilot, and a damn good one at that. Accepting an honorable discharge, he began a charter service in Hawaii, where he thinks he has found peace in paradise - that is, until government agents approach him. A fission scientist has gone missing while on Maui, and they are sure the Third Reich is behind it. Confident of Ryan`s abilities and his knowledge of the islands, they ask him to discover what happened. This is only the beginning of an adventure that takes Ryan across three islands, facing larger-than-life dangers and ruthless adversaries, ever racing toward the brink of a horrifying discovery that could turn the course of the war and change the face of freedom for the entire world. ..