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Stow, MA Author Adam J. Tocci Pens "Bullseye" Political Thriller

STOW, MA -- (Marketwired) -- 02/25/14 -- Massachusetts author Adam J. Tocci recently came out with his second book, Bullseye, a political/suspense thriller. Published by Moonshine Cove Publishing, Bullseye is available on as well as at local bookstores.

Incorporating of the moment themes of immigration reform and marijuana legalization as well the idea of a female president, Bullseye is a fast-paced page turner. A secret service agent with a long history is tasked with guarding the president, someone with enemies in the beltway and beyond.

While researching Bullseye, Mr. Tocci spent several months in Washington, D.C. at the Central Intelligence Agency as well as in political circles in Washington to get an up close and honest look at Washington's inner workings and to translate that to the written page.

"I'm a longtime fan of Michael Crichton, a master of the thriller genre and he made sure every background detail was as realistic as possible," notes Adam J. Tocci. "So, it was important for me to bring that same realism to my second book, Bullseye, for my readers by doing comprehensive background research."

Interviews with Mr. Tocci are available upon request to discuss his writing process and his suspense novel Bullseye. For additional information, please visit

For press inquiries, please contact Joanne DiFrancesco at JDCommunications, Inc. 781.828.0323 or [email protected].

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