Freedom of speech debates arise amid Rushdie stabbing; how will this affect the creative work of authors?
The interviewer that Salman Rushdie was scheduled to speak with before the attack had created a safe haven in Pittsburgh for persecuted authors and artists around the world
NOVELIST/POLITICAL ANALYST: Jeffrey S. Stephens, is a political analyst, columnist, and author of the new book, The Handler
This gripping adventure takes two CIA operatives from New York to Afghanistan, Paris, Las Vegas, and, ultimately, America’s heartland as they race to prevent a series of terrorist attacks.
When the CIA uncovers details of violent assaults planned throughout the United States, clandestine CIA operative Nicholas Reagan and his partner, Carol Gellos, are assigned to prevent them—traveling across the world as they confront long odds and danger along the way.
PLUG HIS BOOK HERE: The Handler
BIO: Jeffrey Stephens was born in New York City and graduated from the Bronx High School of Science at the age of 16; he completed a B.A. in Creative Writing from Pennsylvania State University at 19. Jeffrey began his first novel in 1970, which would not be completed for several years as he entered the Fordham University School of Law. His private legal practice has included extensive civil and criminal courtroom experience, and he has represented a wide range of celebrity clients. Stephens is the author of the Jordan Sandor thrillers, Targets of Deception, Targets of Opportunity, Targets of Revenge, and Rogue Mission, as well as the murder mystery Crimes and Passion. A native of the Bronx, Stephens now lives in Greenwich, Connecticut, with his wife, Nancy, where they raised their two sons.
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