November 12, 2008
ParmenidesFiction(TM) Launches With Release of Pythagorean Crimes and Black Market Truth
LAS VEGAS, Nov. 12 /PRNewswire/ -- ParmenidesFiction(TM), a new division of Parmenides Publishing, announces the release of its first philosophical fiction novels, Pythagorean Crimes by Tefcros Michaelides and Black Market Truth, the first volume in The Aristotle Quest Trilogy by Sharon Kaye.
Set in an era witness to some of the most ground-breaking and revolutionary scientific discoveries and artistic creations of the last century, Pythagorean Crimes takes readers behind the scenes and into the lives of many of history's most fascinating and revolutionary minds, all while posing the question: Could a mathematical discovery be so controversial and threatening as to drive one to kill?Equally provocative and compelling, Black Market Truth introduces readers to Dr. Dana McCarter, a preeminent scholar in Greek philosophy with a mysterious past and an even murkier future. A vibrant, passionate woman with a cunning mind and a fearless thirst for truth and knowledge, she is the embodiment of the modern female spirit. Independent, confident, and ambitious, Dana McCarter will take readers around the world on an incredible journey to unlock the secrets of mankind's collective past.
These releases mark the beginning of a new line of philosophical and historical fiction that seamlessly combines mystery and intrigue with profound, thought-provoking academia. ParmenidesFiction(TM), like its parent company Parmenides Publishing, seeks to renew interest in and excitement about philosophy among modern readers through innovative and stimulating literature that both entertains and enlightens.
Pythagorean Crimes and Black Market Truth are masterfully told stories of mystery, mayhem and philosophy all woven together into two thrilling novels that will be sure to captivate readers from the first page to the last.
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