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Peter Schechter

Originally posted January 2006

Point of Entry

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If one of America's enemies wanted to smuggle some enriched uranium into the U.S. to build a bomb, they wouldn't have to reinvent the wheel, as it were. As international political consultant Peter Schechter imagines in his debut thriller Point of Entry, all the bad guys would have to do is hook up with the people who have, over the course of several decades, become experts in smuggling things into the U.S.

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Peter Schechter is the author of Point of Entry, and an international political and communications consultant. A founder of one of Washington's premier strategic communications consulting firms, he has spent twenty years advising presidents, writing advertising for political parties, ghost-writing columns for CEOs, and counseling international organizations out of crises. He also owns a winery, farms goats, and is a partner in a number of successful restaurants. Schechter has lived in Europe and Latin America and is fully fluent in six languages. He lives in Washington, D.C.

Find Peter Schechter on the web: www.peterschechter.com

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