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Top Military Man Appears on Fox News to Tell What Really Happened With Civilian Killings in Afghanistan

Alexandria, VA, May 20, 2009 - Former Brigadier General Anthony Tata, U.S. Army (retired) who spent thirteen months in Afghanistan, was invited to speak on Fox News last week on a variety of topics in two separate venues, America’s Newsroom with Bill Hemmer, and Fox and Friends weekday edition. BG Tata provided in depth analysis on controversial Taliban tactics, which led to civilian casualties and U.S. blame. He also provided concise viewpoints on the prisoner abuse photo release flap, Afghanistan strategy, and intelligence sharing with the Pakistan government.

Tata is no stranger to this type of action as evidenced in his action-packed military thriller Sudden Threat (Variance Publishing), which undoubtedly shows he has personally ‘walked the talk.’ His premiere novel was called “Riveting entertainment at its best” by the Military Writers Society of America, and named, “One of my must read authors,” by New York Times bestselling writer, Brad Thor. Master paratrooper, ranger qualified, Combat Action Badge and Bronze Star are just some of Tata’s bona fides that make this novel so credible. Sudden Threat is the prequel to Rogue Threat, his latest book in the Threat series, which will be released on October 13th by Variance Publishing.

Tata’s novel is a story about two brothers, Matt and Zachary Garrett, CIA paramilitary operative and U.S. Army officer respectively, who get caught in the crossfire of competing Beltway conspiracies. Matt is abruptly re-routed to an obscure assignment in China and the Philippines just as he was about to close in on al Qaeda senior leadership in Pakistan. Later, sifting through the wreckage of a C-130 aircraft in the Philippine jungle and finding a dead Special Forces paratrooper, Matt is forced to question why he was placed on the edge of the global war on terror. As he is pursued by Muslim insurgents, he stumbles upon a weapons factory guarded by Japanese soldiers in Mindanao’s uncharted rain forests. At the same time, and unknown to Matt, his brother’s infantry company is deployed to guard an ammunition stockpile near Manila. As the two brothers fight their elusive enemies overseas, they do not realize they are pawns in a game of chess played by a powerful band of men inside the DC Beltway trying desperately to forestall the Iraq invasion while keeping the country focused on the fight against Islamic terrorism. The beautiful Meredith Morris challenges the conspirators, but events take a lethal turn when a member of the Beltway group decides to go solo.

Brigadier General Tata is a contributing writer to www.Breitbart.com and also begins as Chief Operating Officer of Washington, DC, Public Schools on 1 June 2009.

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A. J. Tata’s novels have already been compared by U.S. News and World Report with the works of Tom Clancy. With top acclaim and praise as “A pulse-pounding, military thriller” coming from Brad Thor, NY Times #1 best-selling author of The Last Patriot, definitely makes A.J. Tata and his ‘Threat’ series an exciting addition to the Thriller genre.

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