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Sweet Crude
Taming the Sands of Libya
Written by V. C. Thomas
Sweet Crude Taming the Sands of Libya Written by V. C. Thomas

Thomas’s book provides keen insights into the oil trade, Islam, and cultural disparity. The book has received extolling reviews from readers and is widely recommended. One Amazon reviewer describes it as “[entertaining], not only with romance, action, and drama, but also with keen descriptions of the beauty of Tripoli, the mysteries of the Medina and its souks, history, geography, culture, religion, politics, and the phenomenal marbles build by the Romans and Greeks.”

V. C. Thomas cooperated with LitFire and showcased her debut novel, Sweet Crude: Taming the Sands of Libya during the recently concluded London Book Fair 2016. Her book paints a captivating image of life in the Middle East as a Texas oil man and Muslim engineers combine their resources to repair the aging oil and gas fields. At the same time they fight for reason as the CIA, the Libyan Army, and terrorists from neighboring countries position themselves in post Qadhafi Libya.

Decades ago, TexOil President, Roland Moran, discovered large quantities of sweet crude deep in the Sahara, the most wanted oil on earth. Finally the way is clear for the Americans to return to the fields they built, much degraded by time and harsh desert sands. The Libyan government is most eager for Moran to bring the huge operation up to speed, enabling full production of their precious oil and gas.

But danger and deception lurk around every corner. Summer Williams, Rolo’s assistant and lover, may not be what she seems, and Dr. Mohammed Ben Nusef, a rising young star loaned to Moran by the Libyan National Oil Company, has close ties to terrorists planning attacks on the Americans. Rolo feels more at home in the Muslim world than most, but will his diplomatic skills be enough to protect his engineers and his Muslim partners from events threatening to spiral out of control?

Thomas’s book provides keen insights into the oil trade, Islam, and cultural disparity. The book has received extolling reviews from readers and is widely recommended. One Amazon reviewer describes it as “[entertaining], not only with romance, action, and drama, but also with keen descriptions of the beauty of Tripoli, the mysteries of the Medina and its souks,  history, geography, culture,  religion, politics, and the phenomenal marbles build by the Romans and Greeks.”

This book was displayed in LitFire’s booth during the London Book Fair last April 12 to 14, 2016. It was held at Olympia, West London.
 
 
 
 
Sweet Crude
Taming the Sands of Libya
Written by V. C. Thomas
Paperback | $15.95
Hardcover | $32.95
Kindle | $3.99
Book copies are available at www.amazon.com, www.barnesandnoble.com, and other online book retailers.
 
About the Author

V. C. Thomas was born in the States. Her grandfather was a renowned journalist. Her aim for this book is to raise awareness about the oil industry, Islam, and Muslims and how they interact with other cultures. Sweet Crude is her first publication.


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