Sichan Siv, former Deputy Assistant to President Bush 41, has written a political thriller.He is the bestselling author of Golden Bones. “After writing a bestselling memoir I wanted to turn to a work of fiction, drawing from a combination of experiences and imagination,” says Siv.
He is a genocide survivor, making it from the Killing Fields to the White House in 13 years. He is the first American of Asian ancestry to be appointed Deputy Assistant to the President of the United States and the first American of Southeast Asian ancestry to be appointed UN Ambassador. Siv has traveled to more than 100 countries and has interacted in a myriad of cultures around the world. (end)