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INTERNATIONAL CURRENCY TRADER'S NEW NOVEL GIVES BEHIND-THE-SCENES DETAILS OF TODAY'S HEADLINES

INTERNATIONAL CURRENCY TRADER'S NEW NOVEL GIVES BEHIND-THE-SCENES
 DETAILS OF TODAY'S HEADLINES
 NEW YORK, Sept. 29 /PRNewswire/ -- A month ago, readers may have thought that the idea behind Alan Trustman's new novel "Father's Day" (Birch Lane Press, October 1992) was a bit far-fetched, but today his theme seems almost too real for comfort.
 In this fast-paced thriller, Trustman presents a frightening scenario in which a megalomaniacal currency trader gains almost complete control of the world's money markets. As recent headlines reveal, this may not be so far-fetched after all. "The central banks no longer control the world's currency markets. Individual and banks speculators now do," Trustman explains. "The currency markets are the biggest crap game in history and they are largely unregulated," he adds.
 Trustman knows what he's talking about first-hand. For the past thirty years, he's been playing the currency markets with the same gusto that he has for other games of chance. In "Father's Day," Trustman describes his method for making big money in currency trading without the risk of dangerous losses. He also presents his method at winning at roulette. But more importantly, "Father's Day" is a novel "filled with cliff-hanging suspense, unpredictable plot turns and pounding action," says John Leo of U.S. News and World Report. According to Playboy, it's "jam-packed with enough action and plot to fill three novels -- and enough heart to keep you reading."
 Born in Boston where he practiced law for many years, Alan Trustman is the award-winning author of such classic screenplays as Bulitt, The Thomas Crown Affair, and They Call Me Mr. Tibbs. "Father's Day" is his first novel.
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 /NOTE TO EDITOR: Review copies and interviews are available.
 /CONTACT: Lori Stuart of Jane Wesman Public Relations, 212-598-4440/ CO: Birch Lane Press ST: New York IN: PUB SU: PDT


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