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Interview with Stephen Douglass, author of The Bridge to Caracas

The Bridge to Caracas Stephen Douglass

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Tell us about The Bridge to Caracas.

THE BRIDGE TO CARACAS is the thrilling story of an endless and conflicted love affair and the audacious theft of $325,000,000 from the U.S. and Canadian Feds. If readers have half as much fun reading the book as I did writing it, they will be enriched.

Enriched?
I would like readers of the last word of THE BRIDGE TO CARACAS to feal happy, satisfied, and anxious to read, THE TAINTED TRUST, the sequel to THE BRIDGE TO CARACAS, and the story of what happened to $325,000,000, the stolen money that was hidden at the end of THE BRIDGE TO CARACAS.

What genre is it?
Romance/crime/fiction

What kind of readers will it appeal to?
THE BRIDGE TO CARACAS should be read by anyone who has ever been in love.

Complete this sentence for us: if you like _________________, you’ll love The Bridge to Caracas.
If you like THE FIRM, by John Grisham, you’ll love my book.

You mentioned sequel; is this a series then?
THE TAINTED TRUST, the sequel to THE BRIDGE TO CARACAS, is written and ready for release. It is the second volume of THE KING TRILOGY. The third volume, KERRI’S WAR, is written and should be ready for release in two months.

How would you describe the trilogy?
A thrilling epic, spanning four tumuluous decades, and following the lives and loves of a family caught in a tidal wave of corruption.

Tell us a bit about yourself.
I spent the first half of my career working for the two largest oil companies in the
world: Exxon and Royal Dutch Shell. The second half was spent working for one of the world’s smallest oil companies: my own. I sold my company in 1989, and have been living in obscurity ever since. I spend my summers at my Canadian home near Niagara Falls, Ontario, and my winters at my U.S. home in Port St. Lucie, Florida. I love to read,
write and travel. A hole in one is still on my bucket list.

Do you have a website where we can keep up with your work?
www.thebridgetocaracas.com

And social media?
@douglasssteve on Twitter.

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