Books by Alessandro Boccaletti

Alessandro Boccaletti, a New York University alumnus, is a researcher and science-novel writer. His first short debut guide is Big, Fat American Lion Book: An Active Guide for How to Live a Better Life Being Fat. Acclaim for Big, Fat American Lion Book: “A concise, informative look at the problem of obesity and the factors that make it a rapidly growing epidemic."—Kirkus Reviews Alessandro has spent years working for multinationals in managerial positions and has advised pharma companies for more than a decade about innovative projects and product developments. His extensive expertise—ranging from finance and economics to manufacturing, textiles, flight- and space-related programs, medical management—has built an awareness necessary for consumers about ways to optimize health and succeed in reaching a better lifestyle. As a professional diving instructor, he has specialized in wreck, drift, nitrox, boat, deep, and EFR emergency procedures. He has traveled all over the world during his many tech-diving missions. His personal motto is, “I love the sea; the sea is life.” He is married, lives in Europe, and spends his summers in the Balkans. VERITAS: The Pharmacological Endgame is the first book of a trilogy centered on the researcher Dr. Alex Bauman. For more information or to contact Alessandro, see, or contact him directly at Author Page: Blog: Goodreads: Kirkus Pro Page: LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin. com/in/alessandro-boccaletti-60540516 Twitter:

VERITAS: The Pharmacological Endgame by Alessandro Boccaletti
Released: Sept. 4, 2016

"An appealing tale of conspiracy and murder, occasionally interrupted by excessive particulars."
Australian scientists develop of a vaccine to eradicate obesity, which ignites a swift and ultimately lethal response from an international pharmaceutical organization in Boccaletti's (Big, Fat American Lion Book, 2016) thriller.Read full book review >
Released: April 19, 2016

"A concise, informative look at the problem of obesity and the factors that make it a rapidly growing epidemic."
A short debut guide presents the common causes, complications, and cultural norms surrounding weight issues. Read full book review >