Renaldo, A Tale of World Cup Soccer, Terrorism and Love
by James S McCreath
Pub Date 01 Jun 2018
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Argentina, 1978. A brutal military junta has suspended civil liberties for anyone who opposes it. Distraught, mothers of 'The 'Disappeared' parade daily in front of the capital building. In retaliation, violent acts of terrorism shatter what is left of normal life. Only one thing can unite all the people in the nation and the world: the World Cup of football. Renaldo: A Tale of World Cup Soccer, Terrorism, and Love [Scottish Laddie Publications, Available June 2018] is a powerful story of love, political and cultural tensions and of the forging bond that sports - namely national teams like soccer - can develop in the crucible of life. Renaldo is also a story of hope and its author, James S. McCreath, wants readers to jump into it with both feet and get carried away by this unique tale.
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Author is available for interviews, blog tours, autographed tours, autographed book giveaways, contests, and book club discussions.
About the Author:James S. McCreath is a Canadian descendant of Italian and Scottish immigrants. This lineage has given him a passion for life, and the fortitude to overcome the tragic events that compelled him to write this novel.
He became a soccer fan in 1966 when he traveled through Europe during the time that England was hosting (and eventually winning) the World Cup. His years in the sports and entertainment industries have afforded him a behind the scenes insight into the story’s major plot lines.
Learn more about James McCreath at www.jamesmccreath.com and more about Renaldo at www.renaldo.com