Cuneyt Ulsever

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Some of Cuneyt Ulsever's Work

The Lame Revolutionary Conspiracy - When the very popular President of the Republic of Turkey, Turgut Ozal, dies suddenly of a heart attack, questions arise around the world. Did he die of natural causes or was he poisoned? The Lame Revolutionary Conspiracy is the compelling story of how the most insignificant people in Turkey could infiltrate the highest echelons of power and steal not only the life of Turkey's president, but also any chance the country had to take its place in the building of the new Middle East.

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The Murders at Castletop - When three seemingly unrelated murders occur almost simultaneously and are similar in more ways than could possibly be called coincidental, homicide detectives in Istanbul, Ankara, and Antalya, Turkey compare notes, trying to uncover the truth behind the particularly brutal slayings of three men, who once lived together in a shanty town on the outskirts of Istanbul, many years ago.

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Other Titles by
Cuneyt Ulsever

The Pilgrim

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Cuneyt Ulsever
Istanbul, Turkey

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Cuneyt Ulsever was born in Ankara, Turkey and grew up in Istanbul. After an extensive education in Turkey, he completed a master's degree in International Relations at John Hopkins University and a master's degree in Economy from Columbia University. From there he went onto Harvard University and earned a doctorate in Human Resources.

After completing his education, Ulsever returned to Turkey and worked in the financial sector until he decided that politics and current events were what really interested him. Then he became a political commentator in newspapers and on television. He also began writing novels, often with a political twist. Two of these novels, The Pilgrim and The Lame Revolutionary Conspiracy have won a wide readership and much acclaim.

Murders at Castletop is a story far from politics—a story based on old-fashioned police work which uncovers a tale of revenge, the roots of which are hidden deep beneath a rotting humus of human tragedy.

Ulsever now lives in Istanbul with his wife, Neriman, and continues to write books and newspaper editorials.

Cuneyt Ulsever
Istanbul, Turkey
June 8, 2011

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