Hegemony by Elizabeth Ferido-Bohlin
A Political Thriller

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“ this intricately plotted novel is essentially a murder mystery wrapped around a doctoral thesis…Bottom line? As a fictionalized dissertation about the spread of Islam…this is a powerful piece. As a thriller, however, it loses much of that power with a slow and methodical narrative.”
-BlueInk Review

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An object encrypted with a Master Plan for terror at the EU parliament brought to Stockholm by a Saudi royal entourage went missing. Prince Fareed's missions: sign the Gripen Arms Sales with Sweden negotiated in Riyadh by government officials and address Turkey's membership to the EU in Brussels. Amidst the 113th Nobel Prize Award Ceremony in Stockholm Concert House, the Saudi ambassador is murdered and a Swedish prostitute beheaded while secret collaterals to the Gripen Agreement securing Islam's dominance in Svealand are exposed.

Dubbed The Östermalm Crime Mystery, government ministers, Saudi and Iranian Islamist terrorists, the young Swedish Crown princess, a PhD candidate, a neophyte police superintendent, and Iranian nurse/code breaker grapple with each other in Stockholm City and Oxford University for control of the impending terror in Brussels. Time span of the novel: 13-22 December, ten days in freezing Scandinavian winter.

 

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Published October 26, 2013 by XLIBRIS. 426 pages
Genres: Political & Social Sciences, Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction, Horror. Fiction
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BlueInk Review

Above average
on Feb 03 2014

“ this intricately plotted novel is essentially a murder mystery wrapped around a doctoral thesis…Bottom line? As a fictionalized dissertation about the spread of Islam…this is a powerful piece. As a thriller, however, it loses much of that power with a slow and methodical narrative.”

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