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or those of you who can’t get enough political intrigue, there’s by Mark Spivak (City of Light Publishing, 2020). Spivak writes monthly for about restaurants, wine, and spirits, and is considered an expert on such matters. In the past eight years, he has authored two nonfiction books on the liquor world, and . He took his first foray into fiction in 2016 with , featuring a chef desperate for fame and fortune. He tried his hand at the political thriller genre with 2019’s The His latest work explores alliances and governmental disruptions through the lens of billionaire brothers Sheldon and Richard Haft. ()

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