BLOG TOUR – AUTHOR, MAURICE G. MILLER – #RRBC

Welcome to the HUNGARY EYES Blog Tour!

Maurice Miller photoAuthor, Maurice G. Miller

TOUR LINE-UP:

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Thursday, October 8, 2015:

Harmony Kent

Friday, October 9, 2015:

Beth Hale

Saturday, October 10, 2015:

Robin Chambers

Sunday, October 11, 2015:

Beem Weeks

Monday, October 12, 2015:

Joy Nwosu Lo-Bamijoko

Tuesday, October 13, 2015:

Marc Estes

Wednesday, October 14, 2015:

Liza O’Connor

The Budapest Experiment“THE BUDAPEST EXPERIMENT”

BOOK BLURB:

At what price would you sell your soul…?

This captivating thriller weaves business, politics, seduction, power, and religion all into a compelling tale of international intrigue.

Set in 1991, during the dawn of the Post-Communist era in Hungary, this novel chronicles the exploits of Michael, an adventurous but struggling American entrepreneur.

During this period of tumultuous political, economic, and social change, the Russian Mob is taking advantage of the ensuing turmoil to entrench itself deeper into the business landscape of the former Soviet Bloc countries.

Navigating through the streets of Budapest, Michael immediately senses an air of mysticism and lurking danger. Things begin to heat up, as a series of business dealings and events leads him to a consulting position with the ‘Organization’.

Seduced by their women, money, and power, Michael becomes entangled in the web of Mob culture. An examination of conscience reveals a spirit ravaged with feelings of guilt and betrayal, but a rapidly growing bank account serves as the means to justify his actions.

Pondering his future, he wonders if he can balance this extreme Budapest lifestyle with his ‘ordinary’ family life back home. After padding his wallet for the past several months, would the Organization let him just walk away, or would there be consequences?

This book is intended for mature audiences.

CONTACT INFO:

Twitter:  @MauriceGMiller

Website:  MauriceGMiller.com

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