Money, Blood and Conscience
David Steinman has a degree in Economics from the Wharton School. He divides his time between Israel and Los Angeles, and has two teenage sons and three Rottweilers.
This is the first novel from Mr. Steinman, whose non-fiction writing in the Washington Post, International Herald Tribune and on Forbes.com exposed the current Ethiopian dictatorship’s human rights abuses, theft of thirty billion dollars from famine victims and hidden genocide.
Foreign democracy revolution strategist David Steinman was a consulting expert to the U.S. National Security Council regarding the overthrow of Haiti’s notorious “Baby Doc” Duvalier that began the cascade of falling right-wing dictatorships during the Reagan administration. He later coordinated private support for Southeast Asian anti-Communist resistance movements. Mr. Steinman co-planned Ethiopia’s 2005 civil resistance campaign, voted that year’s “Most Important African Event” in a BBC poll, which inspired Money, Blood and Conscience.