Hegemon by Alexander M. Grace
A Novel

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A fast-paced, must-read novel from author Alexander Grace (Crises and Coup), dealing with international terrorism, intrigue, and European politics.
 

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Published August 1, 1996 by Vandamere Pr. 293 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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The post-communist political chaos of Eastern Europe forms the setting for this tightly crafted fourth novel from the pseudonymous Grace (in reality, U.S. foreign service officer Bruce Farcau). Belgia

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Quick action temporarily derails a scheme to poison the Czech water supply, but Chatelan, with the help of his computer-savvy secretary, learns that the attempted poisoning was but a small step in a campaign to foster war and disorder in Eastern Europe and to see Germany emerge as the dominant po...

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