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Acclaimed Storyteller, Michael Molinski, Takes Readers on a Journey Back in Time in an Exciting Historical Adventure

“Miskito” transports readers to a time before the U.S. Civil War to the mysterious Mosquito Coast of Nicaragua. Through the eyes of a respectable Wall Street trader setting off on a series of quests, this novel will surely bring a thrilling ride for all adventure-loving readers.

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A great adventure with a perfect mix of thrill, wonder, and romance surely makes up for a good read.

Renowned storyteller and foreign correspondent, Michael Molinski crafts an explosive novel that presents a perfect mix of history and adventure. With escapades that begin in New York and take him to Washington D.C., Cuba, and throughout Central America, he provides a tale that is accompanied by a well-researched history which includes the different faces that helped shaped Latin America and indeed the American Society.

“Miskito” begins with a dilemma that Nick Malone should face. The well-respected Wall Street trader has to choose between staying in his comfortable life with his socialite fiancé, follow those who are looking for boundless riches in the California Gold Rush or take the offer from wealthy American statesman Cornelius Vanderbilt.

After making the greatest decision that will soon change his life, the story progresses towards the center of the adventure that will soon shape the future of Central America, U.S. imperialism, and the looming Civil War. Amidst the thrill and excitement that is brewing in the air, readers will also discover the protagonist’s growing romance with a Moravian missionary and how it will affect where and how the story goes.

With history, adventure, and romance wrapped in one exciting novel, “Miskito” will surely delight the brave and daring spirits of every reader at every turn of the page. Follow Nick Malone’s thrilling tale as it makes an appearance in the 2018 Frankfurt International Book Fair which happens on October 10, 2018.

“Miskito” is the first in a four-part series of historical novels set in and around the Mosquito Coast. Readers should keep an eye out for the second book in the series, a prequel that goes back to the mid-1600s when pirates, European imperialists, slaves, conquistadors, natives and pilgrims were fighting over the New World.

Written by: Michael Molinski
Published by: AuthorHouse
Published Date: November 26, 2014
Paperback Price: $19.95

About the Author
Michael Molinski was born in Bloomfield, NJ, and grew up mostly in Phoenix, AZ. He is an author, foreign correspondent and entrepreneur with over 25 years of experience working for Bloomberg News, Dow Jones MarketWatch, United Press International, and Charles Schwab and Co. He is the author of “Investing in Latin America: Best Stocks, Best Funds” (Bloomberg Press, 1999), and Small Business in Paradise (Nolo, 2007) and has ghostwritten, edited, and contributed to several other books on business and investments.

Molinski spent several years as a foreign correspondent, where he covered everything from the Contra War in Nicaragua to economic crises in Mexico and Brazil, to the Exxon Valdez trial in Alaska. He is also a cofounder of an investment research and communications company, Investing Across Borders, and is personal finance and retirement editor at Fidelity Investments. He was a recipient of the prestigious Knight-Bagehot Fellowship at the Columbia Graduate School of Journalism, and was named one of the world’s top 150 investors by Harriman House. He has undergraduate degrees in journalism and international relations from the University of Southern California, and holds an MBA from the Columbia Business School in New York. He resides in White Plains, NY.

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 Michael Molinski
 Acclaimed Storyteller
 an Exciting Historical

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