Dreams and Shadows by Mel Month
An Inside Story of Science

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Meet Mickey, an innocent, screaming that the emperor has no clothes. But no one hears, least of all George, the aristocrat. George has risen high and, with Bill, the guileful ruler, and the US Congress protecting him, his confidence swells. As it is, the circumstances of his life make him feel utterly safe and he becomes blind to the lurking dangers around him. Enter pragmatic Doug - no-nonsense, down-to-earth and pesky. He's one who won't suffer fools and is determined to change the order of things. Now meet Carlo who sets his sights on greatness and Leon who has the audacity to oppose the daring Italian. With elements of the looming conflict in place, the plot rapidly unfolds. Leon joins forces with Doug and Jay - Doug who is lording it over Bill and Jay who has the ear of President Reagan. A conspiracy is set in motion. The science community rumbles, with many crushed in the quaking earth. And the tale fate has writ plays out to its inevitable end.

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Published April 7, 2009 by AuthorHouse. 432 pages
Genres: Science & Math, Literature & Fiction. Non-fiction

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