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Author Carlos Mundy, Announces Three Additional Books to be Released
Carlos Mundy, Author of The Rainbow Warrior and The Gestapo Lodge, announced that he will soon be releasing three additional books. THE TWIGHLIGHT OF THE FOURTH WORLD, THE LOST ROMANOV ICON and THE INDIAN KING OF FRANCE are scheduled for release.
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ABOUT THE BOOKS
The Twighlight of the Fourth World co-written with Charis Mundy.
The novel is an epic fantasy full of amazing and colorful characters.
The book is divided into three parts. In the first part, Basil, a fifteen-year-
A must read in the transitional times that our world is going through with great spiritual lessons from ancient and spiritual masters of today!
The Lost Romanov Icon by Carlos Mundy and Marie Stravlo,
Rodney Mundy is a former member of MI6 that has worked for the British Secret Service during the Second World War and its aftermath. Later on in life he is re-recruited and sent to Spain to infiltrate Spanish society and find out who would support the restoration of the monarchy and the transition from Franco’s dictatorship to democracy.
It is 1995; family circumstances gets him involved into privately investigating the fate of the Russian Imperial family. He recruits the aid of Miles, a former MI6 agent whom he knew from the old days.
His investigation takes him from Madrid to London, Warsaw, the Vatican, Unterlengenhardt and Charlottesville in the US where he finds out not only that the whole Imperial family survived Ekaterinburg but that an icon that had belonged to the alleged Grand Duchess Anastasia (Anastasia Manahan) had been stolen.
When the secret hidden in the lost icon is finally revealed, it is definitely a secret that will shake the world!
The Lost Romanov Icon is based on historical facts and popular theories and though some of the characters and situations are purely the product of the author’s imaginations, the plot that the novel portrays is based on new undisclosed historical documents that when published will certainly shake the world and go against the now official ‘truth’ of the events that took place in Ekaterinmburg in 1917.
The Indian King of France by Carlos Mundy.
During the reign of Akbar, between the years 1557 and 1559, a European called Jean Philippe du Bourbon arrived at the Court of Delhi. He was French and claimed to belong to one of the noblest families of that Kingdom. He recounted that he had been made prisoner by Turkish pirates during a voyage, and was taken as a slave to Egypt. This had occurred in 1541 when he was only fifteen years old. Once in Egypt, due to his charm and qualities he gained the favour of the sovereign and joined the army being this start of the adventure that took him to India.
The Bourbons retained their position in the Imperial Court until the invasion of India by Nadir Shah, when the exiled themselves to their feud of Shergar.
The Indian King of France is a historical novel that narrates the lives of some of the most prominent members of the dynasty. It is written in the first person as if the joint conscious of all of them recounts their story. It starts with the amazing account of the first Indian Bourbon, Prince Jean Philippe and then travels through time until our present days with a very interesting interview with the current head of the family, Prince Balthazar IV of Bourbon-Bhopal and an essay by the heir apparent, Prince Frederick who is studying in California to become a film maker.
The novel is a fascinating account of this family who is the eldest branch of the Bourbons and thus would have the right to claim the throne of France.
The Rainbow Warrior has been successfully published in Spain. The book narrates a dream and like dreams, it is woven with threads of two worlds: the real and imaginary one. It is a choral and visual composition. A caricature and a kaleidoscope of human emotions, painted with light and thick strokes of a brush, in a simple language. The teachings of several great masters enlighten us throughout. The alter ego of planet Earth, Plutonio, came into being through an act of faith and will. Life in Plutonio was idyllic, and the nations of the planet lived in peace and harmony.
The Gestapo Lodge is an amazingly good book written by the son of a MI6 agent who served during the Second World War, although the book is based on events in Rodney Mundy’s life there are large parts of the book which are fictitious, it still is a fantastic read.
The book gives the reader an insight into the way in which a job working for the secret services affects not only the person who has taken the position, but also those who are close to that individual. Rodney’s story is a dangerous one and as a result he was always looking over his shoulder, to protect himself and those around him, even though one person cannot be successful all the time.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Carlos Mundy was born in Spain. His immense fascination for art and culture is reflected in his painting, writing, public relations skills and work on the humanitarian front for Tibet. The Rainbow Warrior (Author House), the novel he has co-written with his sister Charis (also ASW member) has been published in the US and UK after its success in Spain. Endorsed by bestselling author, Deepak Chopra and UNESCO Artist for Peace, Marisa Berenson, it is surely going to become one of the best sellers of the season.
With his good looks making him irresistible to all, Mundy seems to have had more dangerous liaisons than even James Bond. To protect the innocent and bridge the gaps in his father's writings, Carlos Mundy has blurred the line between fact and fiction and presented the story as a novel. But in a world where deception is the name of the deadly game, nothing could be stranger than the truth.
Carlos Mundy believes that the people that are in a position of certain privilege have an obligation towards the others and to contributing to making this a better world. For this reason he is donating a percentage of the royalties to the following organizations:
Alliance for a New Humanity (www.anhglobal.org)
The Centre for Justice and Accountability (www.cja.org)
The Dalai Lama Foundation (www.dalailamafoundation.org)
The Richard Gere Foundation (www.gerefoundation.org)
We are family Foundation (www.wearefamilyfoundation.org)
World Wild Fund (www.panda.org)
Medicines sans frontiers (www.msf.org)
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Carlos Mundy is available for speaking engagements and book signing events.He welcomes the opportunity to attend public events. For booking information contact: Jonna Silverman Turnaround Media email@example.com.
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