Denver, CO -- (SBWIRE) -- 05/21/2013 -- Grad school is a great alternative to the draft and a tour of Vietnam for Damian. But what he learns about the drug trade is an education of a different kind in Damian Garcia: PhD Drug Smuggler.
A bid to avoid the draft during the Vietnam war compels Damian Garcia to enroll in grad school. But the streetwise New Yorker quickly gains an education in the international drug trade in the newly released action/adventure, Damian Garcia: PhD Drug Smuggler, published by Outskirts Press.
For an adult male in 1972, there are only two ways to dodge the draft and avoid a tour of war-torn Vietnam: flee to Canada or go to college. Destined for the front of the battle lines, Damian Garcia chose the latter. However, his sudden interest in higher education takes a turn toward the seedy underworld of the drug trade.
Garcia joins forces with fellow grad students with knowledge in business, banking and law, who put together a brilliant plan to market a new product, a high-quality blend of opium and hashish branded as O/H. Garcia and his cohorts put their college educations to work growing a brand and building up O/H as the drug of choice for professionals worldwide, reaping unimaginable riches in the process.
Damian Garcia: PhD Drug Smuggler can be ordered by retailers or wholesalers for the maximum trade discount price set by the author in quantities of 10 or more from the Outskirts Press Direct bookstore at www.OutskirtsPress.com/bookstore. The book is available worldwide on book retailer websites such as Amazon and is being aggressively promoted with a focus on the fiction and action/adventure categories.
ISBN: 978-1-4787-0991-6 Format: 6 x 9 paperback cream Retail $13.95
Genre: Fiction/Action & Adventure Kindle: $4.99 NOOK: $4.99
Learn more about Damian Garcia: PhD Drug Smuggler at the author's Outskirts Press page, www.OutskirtsPress.com/damiangarcia.
About the Author: Chris Mosquera
Chris Mosquera is also the author of Is Organized Labor a Decaying Business Model? published by Outskirts Press. For more information about Mosquera or his books, contact the author at 4811 Wilwyn Way, Rockville, MD 20852; call 301-806-1050; or email firstname.lastname@example.org.