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WND Books’ latest title, “Atomic Iran,” by best-selling author Jerome Corsi, has pre-sold an unprecedented 150,000 copies three weeks before its official release.

Subtitled “How the Terrorist Regime Bought the Bomb and American Politicians,” the book is the work of the man whose No. 1 best seller, “Unfit for Command,” rocked both publishing and political circles last fall.

In the book, scheduled for release March 22, Corsi exposes the truth behind Tehran’s desire to produce a nuclear bomb and connects the dots between pro-Iranian fund-raisers within the United States and American politicians.

“This is clearly the biggest title in WND Books’ short but amazing history,” said Joseph Farah, founder of the publishing imprint. “We have several major best sellers, including some that have topped the New York Times list, but we have never before had a book that has pre-sold this number of copies. And ‘Atomic Iran’ by Jerome Corsi did it weeks before release. It’s truly amazing – a testimony to the fact that this is the right book at the right time.”

Also documented in “Atomic Iran” are the Iranian regime’s financing of terrorist groups like Hezbollah and Hamas, what would happen if a nuclear device were to detonate in New York City, and what Corsi calls the “arrogant intelligence practices” of the federal government.

As WorldNetDaily reported, Corsi’s blockbuster is already making waves in the U.S. Iranian-American activist Hassan Nemazee, a figure Corsi criticizes in the book, has threatened the author with a $10 million defamation lawsuit.

Corsi says he plans to take up residence in Boston this spring as the first step of a plan to challenge Sen. John Kerry for his Senate seat in 2008.

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