Author Name: Temple Emmet Williams
Book Title: Poison Heartbeats
Book Synopsis: Poison Heartbeats is a love story, a war-torn romance, written like a thriller. It follows the life of a girl born in Afghanistan during the Russian occupation, before the fall of the Berlin Wall. The girl becomes a U.S. citizen because a CIA operative brings her to America, adopting and renaming her Holly Smolkes. A beautiful but seriously flawed woman, she falls in love with the director of Homeland Security 's œPoison Well unit, a group designed to stop terrorists who want to poison the water supply of the United States. Holly Smolkes has a twin brother, left behind in Afghanistan when she was eight years old. He has become a leader of the terrorists.
Author Bio: Williams was born in Cleveland, Ohio, educated at Hotchkiss School and Yale University. As a journalist he received two nominations for the Pulitzer Prize as an undercover reporter at the World-Telegram & Sun in New York City. He was the Managing Editor of an international news magazine, News/Check, in Africa. He worked as an Editor at the Reader's Digest. Williams was a copywriter and creative director for large ad agencies around the world. He lived in Africa for 6 years and in Europe almost as long. He and his wife, who is also his editor currently live in Boca Raton, Florida
Publisher Name: Templeworks Properties, LLC