An Innocent Man’s Plight Revealed in the Conspiracy Novel, 3NW
Accused of a crime he did not commit, one man finds himself desperate for freedom in Bassel
"Boz" Conn’s new book
Alpharetta, GA (Vocus) May 23, 2010 -- The story of a young man suffering the consequences of a crime he did
not commit makes for the engaging plot of Bassel "Boz" Conn’s 3NW: Three North West Federal Block. In this
Xlibris release, readers can look forward to an intriguing conspiracy novel based on a true story.
Roused out of bed at an early morning hour by Feds dressed in swat gear and armed with machine guns, a young
man learns that he is accused of a sinister plot to abduct a Supreme Court judge to force him into blackmail.
Taken into custody, he's faced with the hardships from the inmates and officers of the jail that he now resides at.
Because of his questioned innocence, he also faces the abandonment and betrayal of his father, as well as its
impact on the relationship with the woman in his life.
What will be the outcome of the court's decision? The freedom – or incarceration – of this man awaits readers in
3NW: Three North West Federal Block. For more information on this book, interested parties may log on to
About the Author
Bassel "Boz" Conn was born in 1978 at Saint John’s hospital in Yonkers, New York; raised in Mount Vernon,
New York, until later moving to Danbury, Connecticut. His excursion on the road of life was not an easy one. The
choices he made, even though he knew they were the wrong choices, didn't make things any easier. “Today things
are different simply because I am now different. God has brought me through the madness, allowing my eyes to
be opened up to something that I have been missing out on for so long. Life,” he says.
3NW * by Bassel "Boz" Conn
Three North West Federal Block
Publication Date: May 18, 2010
Trade Paperback; $19.99; 180 pages; 978-1-4500-8596-0
Trade Hardback; $29.99; 180 pages; 978-1-4500-8597-7
eBook; $9.99; 978-1-4500-8598-4
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