GARDNERVILLE, Nev., Nov. 2, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Can the United States government be protected from the self-serving quest of the "Military Industrial Complex"? Does the world even know it needs to be saved from what lurks behind the curtain? You may think this is part of a speech by presidential candidates during this heightened political season, but it is a central theme in the writings of Gordon Zuckerman, the author of an Amazon best-selling historical fiction series, TheSentinels. He is back with a new installment, Voices Behind The Curtain: The Sentinels, just in time for today's real world of politicians and businesses involved in self-serving greed, and the absence of responsible leadership. Kirkus Reviews said it is "a somnolent financial potboiler." The post-World War II military industrial complex is explored under Zuckerman's analytical and action-filled globe-trotting thriller. It's a book of principles vs. power, of greed vs. the selfless opposition. His latest novel examines what he calls a "Power Cycle" threat that occurs when "The Three Princes of Tyranny" private industry, government influence, and the support of the financial community, organize their collective influence and wealth to pursue self-serving agendas to be achieved at the public's expense. A successful entrepreneur, Harvard Business School graduate, and student of history, Zuckerman connects the dots of history and develops the plots for each book of his series. Zuckerman has used his writing easel to illustrate what can happen when a small group of courageous, high-minded, problem-solving main characters decide to oppose the looming threat of malignant agendas of misdirected concentrations of wealth and influence. His latest work of historical fiction takes place in the immediate years following World War II and right through the early years of the Cold War and the McCarthy Hearings. We are thrust into a plot by a secret band of American industrialists looking to manipulate Congress into inflating military spending.