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Prince of the Press: A Powerplay Book

Marcus Ambrose is Washington's newest political reporter, the Prince of the Press, famous for his womanizing ways. But when he lays eyes on his brother's new secretary, the Prince may have met his match, and he'll put all his talents to use to convince her to be his.

Renee Erikson might well be the loneliest woman in D.C. She spends long days working for Ambrose and Associates, and long nights taking care of her family. Sexy, charming Marcus Ambrose is the boss's brother, and strictly off-limits. Renee can't afford to lose her job or her heart.

The chase is on, and Marcus is pressing hard, will he get the girl, or give them both a world of heartache?

The Prime Minister (The Classic Unabridged Edition): Parliamentary Novel from the prolific English novelist, known for The Warden, Barchester Towers, Doctor ... Can You Forgive Her? and Phineas Finn

This carefully crafted ebook: "The Prime Minister (The Classic Unabridged Edition)" is formatted for your eReader with a functional and detailed table of contents. The Prime Minister is the fifth of the "Palliser" series of novels. When neither the Whigs nor the Tories are able to form a government on their own, a fragile compromise coalition government is formed, with Plantagenet Palliser, the wealthy and hard-working Duke of Omnium, installed as Prime Minister. The Duchess, formerly Lady Glencora Palliser, attempts to support her husband by hosting lavish parties at Gatherum Castle in Barsetshire, a family residence barely used until now. Palliser, initially unsure that he is fit to lead, then grows to enjoy the high office and finally becomes increasingly distressed when his government proves to be too weak and divided to accomplish anything. His own inflexible nature does not help... Anthony Trollope (1815 - 1882) was one of the most successful, prolific and respected English novelists of the Victorian era. Some of his best-loved works, collectively known as the Chronicles of Barsetshire, revolve around the imaginary county of Barsetshire. He also wrote perceptive novels on political, social, and gender issues, and on other topical matters. Trollope's literary reputation dipped somewhat during the last years of his life, but he regained the esteem of critics by the mid-twentieth century.

THE PRIME MINISTER: Parliamentary Novel from the prolific English novelist, known for The Warden, Barchester Towers, Doctor Thorne, The Last Chronicle of Barset, Can You Forgive Her? and Phineas Finn

"The Prime Minister" is the fifth of the "Palliser" series of novels. When neither the Whigs nor the Tories are able to form a government on their own, a fragile compromise coalition government is formed, with Plantagenet Palliser, the wealthy and hard-working Duke of Omnium, installed as Prime Minister. The Duchess, formerly Lady Glencora Palliser, attempts to support her husband by hosting lavish parties at Gatherum Castle in Barsetshire, a family residence barely used until now. Palliser, initially unsure that he is fit to lead, then grows to enjoy the high office and finally becomes increasingly distressed when his government proves to be too weak and divided to accomplish anything. His own inflexible nature does not help...

Anthony Trollope (1815 - 1882) was one of the most successful, prolific and respected English novelists of the Victorian era. Some of his best-loved works, collectively known as the Chronicles of Barsetshire, revolve around the imaginary county of Barsetshire. He also wrote perceptive novels on political, social, and gender issues, and on other topical matters. Trollope's literary reputation dipped somewhat during the last years of his life, but he regained the esteem of critics by the mid-twentieth century.

Unforeseen (Alessandra Powell Book 1)

***THIS ISN'T A STANDALONE. IT'S BOOK ONE OF A SERIES AND IT ENDS WITH A CLIFFHANGER.**

**THE REST OF THE SERIES IS OUT NOW. YOU CAN GET THE BUNDLE AND SAVE.***

**ALTHOUGH POLITICIANS AND POLITICS ARE INVOLVED THIS IS NOT A POLITICAL BOOK. NO POLITICAL PARTIES ARE MENTIONED.**

Alessandra Powell was raised by her grandmother. Not because her parents were dead, but rather because her mother didn't want her and her father wasn't even aware of her existence.

When tragedy struck and her grandmother died, Alessandra was faced with an impossible decision. She could reach out to her father, a prominent political figure in her state and convince him to help her or go into foster care until she's eighteen.

In this installment of the series, we meet Alessandra and follow her life as she goes through all of these life-altering changes.

This is a young adult, coming of age book. In it Alessandra discovers love and her sexuality.

The Chronicles of Barsetshire & The Palliser Novels (Unabridged): The Warden + The Barchester Towers + Doctor Thorne + Framley Parsonage + The Small House ... + The Prime Minister + Eustace Diamondsâ€

This carefully crafted ebook: "The Chronicles of Barsetshire & The Palliser Novels (Unabridged)" is formatted for your eReader with a functional and detailed table of contents. The Chronicles of Barsetshire (or Barchester Chronicles) is a series of six novels by the English author Anthony Trollope, set in the fictitious English county of Barsetshire (located roughly in the West Country) and its cathedral town of Barchester. The novels concern the dealings of the clergy and the gentry, and the political, amatory, and social manoeuvrings that go on among and between them. Together, the series is regarded by many as Trollope's finest work. The Palliser novels are six novels, also known as the "Parliamentary Novels", by Anthony Trollope. The common thread is the wealthy aristocrat and politician Plantagenet Palliser and his wife Lady Glencora. The plots involve British and Irish politics in varying degrees, specifically in and around Parliament. Table of Contents: Anthony Trollope: An Autobiography The Chronicles of Barsetshire: The Warden The Barchester Towers Doctor Thorne Framley Parsonage The Small House at Allington The Last Chronicle of Barset The Palliser Novels: Can You Forgive Her? Phineas Finn The Eustace Diamonds Phineas Redux The Prime Minister The Duke's Children Anthony Trollope (1815-1882) was one of the most successful, prolific and respected English novelists of the Victorian era. Some of his best-loved works, collectively known as the Chronicles of Barsetshire, revolve around the imaginary county of Barsetshire. He also wrote perceptive novels on political, social, and gender issues, and on other topical matters. Trollope's literary reputation dipped somewhat during the last years of his life, but he regained the esteem of critics by the mid-twentieth century.

THE COMPLETE PALLISER NOVELS (All 6 Novels in One Edition): Can You Forgive Her?, Phineas Finn, The Eustace Diamonds, Phineas Redux, The Prime Minister & The Duke's Children

The Palliser novels are six novels, also known as the "Parliamentary Novels", by Anthony Trollope. The common thread is the wealthy aristocrat and politician Plantagenet Palliser and (in all but the last book) his wife Lady Glencora. The plots involve British and Irish politics in varying degrees, specifically in and around Parliament. Plantagenet Palliser is a main character in the Palliser novels. First introduced as a minor character in The Small House at Allington, one of the Barsetshire novels, Palliser is the heir presumptive to the dukedom of Omnium. Palliser is a quiet, hardworking, conscientious man whose chief ambition in life is to become Chancellor of the Exchequer. After an unwise flirtation with the married Lady Dumbello (daughter of Dr. Grantly and granddaughter of the Reverend Mr Harding from The Warden and Barchester Towers), he agrees to an arranged marriage with the great heiress of the day, the free-spirited, spontaneous Lady Glencora M'Cluskie.

Table of Contents:

Can You Forgive Her?

Phineas Finn

The Eustace Diamonds

Phineas Redux

The Prime Minister

The Duke's Children

Anthony Trollope (1815-1882) was one of the most successful, prolific and respected English novelists of the Victorian era. Some of his best-loved works, collectively known as the Chronicles of Barsetshire, revolve around the imaginary county of Barsetshire. He also wrote perceptive novels on political, social, and gender issues, and on other topical matters. Trollope's literary reputation dipped somewhat during the last years of his life, but he regained the esteem of critics by the mid-twentieth century.

The Complete Works: Novels, Short Stories, Plays, Articles, Essays, Travel Sketches and Memoirs: The Chronicles of Barsetshire + The Palliser Novels + ... Can You Forgive Her? + The Prime Minister…

This carefully crafted ebook: "The Complete Works: Novels, Short Stories, Plays, Articles, Essays, Travel Sketches and Memoirs" is formatted for your eReader with a functional and detailed table of contents. Anthony Trollope (1815-1882) was one of the most successful, prolific and respected English novelists of the Victorian era. Novels: An Eye for an Eye An Old Man's Love Ayala's Angel Barchester Towers Can You Forgive Her? Castle Richmond Cousin Henry Doctor Thorne Doctor Wortle's School Framley Parsonage Golden Lion of Granpere Harry Heathcote of Gangoil He Knew He Was Right Is He Popenjoy? John Caldigate Kept in the Dark La Vendee Lady Anna Linda Tressel Marion Fay Miss Mackenzie Mr.

The Palliser Novels: The Complete Parliamentary Chronicles (All 6 Novels in One Volume): Can You Forgive Her? + Phineas Finn + The Eustace Diamonds + Phineas ... + The Prime Minister + The Duke's Chil

This carefully crafted ebook: "The Palliser Novels: The Complete Parliamentary Chronicles (All 6 Novels in One Volume)" is formatted for your eReader with a functional and detailed table of contents. The Palliser novels are six novels, also known as the "Parliamentary Novels", by Anthony Trollope. The common thread is the wealthy aristocrat and politician Plantagenet Palliser and (in all but the last book) his wife Lady Glencora. The plots involve British and Irish politics in varying degrees, specifically in and around Parliament. Plantagenet Palliser is a main character in the Palliser novels. First introduced as a minor character in The Small House at Allington, one of the Barsetshire novels, Palliser is the heir presumptive to the dukedom of Omnium. Palliser is a quiet, hardworking, conscientious man whose chief ambition in life is to become Chancellor of the Exchequer. After an unwise flirtation with the married Lady Dumbello (daughter of Dr. Grantly and granddaughter of the Reverend Mr Harding from The Warden and Barchester Towers), he agrees to an arranged marriage with the great heiress of the day, the free-spirited, spontaneous Lady Glencora M'Cluskie. Table of Contents: Can You Forgive Her? Phineas Finn The Eustace Diamonds Phineas Redux The Prime Minister The Duke's Children Anthony Trollope (1815-1882) was one of the most successful, prolific and respected English novelists of the Victorian era. Some of his best-loved works, collectively known as the Chronicles of Barsetshire, revolve around the imaginary county of Barsetshire. He also wrote perceptive novels on political, social, and gender issues, and on other topical matters. Trollope's literary reputation dipped somewhat during the last years of his life, but he regained the esteem of critics by the mid-twentieth century.

REVOLT

The 2016 Election Campaign spirals out of control. The election results are announced and everyone is shocked. People start to become discontent in 2017 over what the Red President is or isn't doing. People take to the streets. Then the unthinkable happens.

REVOLT

The Kingmaker: A Powerplay Novel

He's America's golden boy. A power broker. A Kingmaker. She's America's dirty little secret. A s....

Fireplay: Jack Emery 0.5

A chance lightning strike. A reporter in the right place. A scandal that will rock America.

Journalist Jack Emery has seen it all. Embedded for the New York Standard with the 8th Marine Regiment in the heart of Afghanistan, he has covered everything from firefights to the opening of new schools. But nothing has prepared Jack for the story that is about to explode right in front of him.

When a convoy Jack is riding in is attacked by a lone zealot, Jack asks a question that puts him on the path to a sensational story. But he'll soon learn that his struggles to find the hook are nothing compared to the dangers of getting it out.

You'll love Steve P. Vincent's thrillers. Get to know Jack Emery before everyone else does.

The President's Table

In Roosevelt's White House, one woman finds love and friendship in unexpected places. A short story from the author of The President's Lunch.



Iris McIntosh is many things to many people - advisor to President Roosevelt, friend and confidant to First Lady Eleanor Roosevelt, lover to one man, and girlfriend to another. But when the flamboyant Alexander Woollcott comes to stay, Iris begins to question everything that she had previously taken for granted. As she struggles to maintain the facade that splits her heart between two men, an unexpected evening with Aleck shows that they have more in common than Iris knew, and a simple game unravels both the mystery surrounding his past and the truth that she has failed to admit, even to herself.



Jenny Bond has worked as a teacher, journalist, copywriter and researcher. Her non-fiction titles have been published in Australia and the USA. Writing about the stories behind great novels led Jenny to write her own first novel, Perfect North (Hachette 2013). Her second novel, The President's Lunch, again incorporates real-life figures with fictional ones, a technique that allows Jenny to imaginatively interpret historical events. While researching the novel, Jenny spent two months in Washington D.C. visiting the places where the Roosevelts lived and worked. She lives with her husband and children in Canberra, Australia's capital. Visit her at Jennybondbooks.com

The Gritties



Now made into the film 'Y Streic A Fi' shown on S4C, 21/02/2015 9 pm.

Carys Evans is 17 years old, ambitious, clever and feisty. But she is also the daughter of a mining family in South Wales, about to enter the most violent industrial dispute of modern times. Her mother starts a soup kitchen, her father becomes a strike leader and her village, Aberelli, gets invaded by journalists, police officers and strike provocateurs. Violence, intimidation and depravity prevail. Carys's world gets changed in ways she would never have imagined.Taking us from 1984 to 2009, this is a story of survival, sex, aspiration and a fight to save community. Marrying the personal and political, it is funny, sad and shocking - and resonates with the bigger story of industrial decline in the final decades of the twentieth century.Can't See The Movie Version Of The Gritties?Scroll up, click 'Buy Now' and start reading this modern classic!



THE CHRONICLES OF BARSETSHIRE & THE PALLISER NOVELS: The Warden, The Barchester Towers, Doctor Thorne, Framley Parsonage, The Small House at Allington, ... of Barset, Can You Forgive Her?...

The Chronicles of Barsetshire (or Barchester Chronicles) is a series of six novels by the English author Anthony Trollope, set in the fictitious English county of Barsetshire (located roughly in the West Country) and its cathedral town of Barchester. The novels concern the dealings of the clergy and the gentry, and the political, amatory, and social manoeuvrings that go on among and between them. Together, the series is regarded by many as Trollope's finest work.

The Palliser novels are six novels, also known as the "Parliamentary Novels", by Anthony Trollope. The common thread is the wealthy aristocrat and politician Plantagenet Palliser and his wife Lady Glencora. The plots involve British and Irish politics in varying degrees, specifically in and around Parliament.

Table of Contents:

Anthony Trollope: An Autobiography

The Chronicles of Barsetshire:

The Warden

The Barchester Towers

Doctor Thorne

Framley Parsonage

The Small House at Allington

The Last Chronicle of Barset

The Palliser Novels:

Can You Forgive Her?

Phineas Finn

The Eustace Diamonds

Phineas Redux

The Prime Minister

The Duke's Children

Anthony Trollope (1815-1882) was one of the most successful, prolific and respected English novelists of the Victorian era. Some of his best-loved works, collectively known as the Chronicles of Barsetshire, revolve around the imaginary county of Barsetshire. He also wrote perceptive novels on political, social, and gender issues, and on other topical matters. Trollope's literary reputation dipped somewhat during the last years of his life, but he regained the esteem of critics by the mid-twentieth century.

The Great Scottish Land Grab Book 1

The story of how Scotland became independent...

Robert Castle is fighting to save the UK Union when an incident while walking in the Scottish Highlands turns his life upside down.

A search for justice leads Robert to look deep into Scotland's history and what he finds will change not just his life, but the direction of a nation.

Serialized over three books during the summer of 2014, this is Book 1 of The Great Scottish Land Grab.

Book 2: The First Minister is missing... Scotland is divided... The referendum on Scottish independence is in crisis...

Only Robert Castle has a vision for Scotland that could unite both sides in the independence debate.

Sensing that the theft of Scotland's land over many centuries has robbed the people of their opportunity to be independent, Castle fights for a modern day land grab - to reverse the clearances that stole Scotland's land from the people.

Challenging an out of touch parliament, Robert turns government on its head by introducing Cafe Politics - a way for communities to debate and agree their own policies.

Book 3: "We've said all along that the fight for Scotland does not end with the referendum, well it doesn't end with this election either. Scotland has voted for a Land Grab and Scotland is going to get one!"

With these words, Robert Castle declares war on all who would oppose him as he seeks to overturn the injustice of the Highland Clearances.

But how far will Robert go in his determination to overturn the injustice of the Highland Clearances and will he lead Scotland to a better future or into civil war?

Read the entire trilogy or buy the complete set and save 25%

Leviathan

The Miliverse

The hit Twitter account comes to eBook!

In a parallel universe, Ed Miliband is Prime Minister and everyone is annoyed at how boring it is.

A short story detailing a small, dull adventure for the would-have-been Prime Minister as he navigates awkward situations in a controversy-starved United Kingdom.

There is no Brexit, no Corbyn, and no clue.

Everything is basically fine.

2023

An angry world is divided between the clean green new economies (China, India,Europe), and the old fossil fuel economies (Russia, US, Australia) spewing forth pollution into the atmosphere. If you are a fan of Stieg Larsson and political action thrillers then this book is for you. How far would you go to save the planet? An island country - isolated - how will it survive ? As an island economy, Australia is unique. Highly dependent on trade in fossil fuels. No longer totally self-sufficient in food, it has to import it. Kylie's group is funded by the new economies, and now they are moving to eliminate the Australian problem.

Set in Melbourne, Australia, the effects of climate change are apparent through the hot summers, and the city being filled with refugees from the north. But it is all about to get much much worse very quickly.

Colin, from security, is charged with destroying Kylie's group. Colin has already killed several of Kylie's group. Now he wants the rest of them. All the time another group, W4, has set itself the task of simply killing as many Westerners as possible.

The group is preparing for a new push as Andrew signs up to join. Until he receives the message "..your daughter needs you...". What daughter?

2023 is a thriller in the world of active climate change. It is not environmental catastrophe that is center st

age. It is the battle between the two economies. The battle between two sets of ideas. How far would you go to save the planet ?

The most controversial book you will read this year.

All proceeds from the sale of 2023 are donated to charities promoting renewable energy.

Heart of the Visionary Anarchist (Human Tragedy Book 1)

Heart of the Visionary Anarchist is the first book in the Human Tragedy Series, which is a series of ten standalone tragedies each focusing on a unique Human Tragedy by Canadian author, musician, and filmmaker; Kai Kazi.

In Heart of the Visionary Anarchist; Mahdi Parveen was born with a passion for poetry but a life of working as a south Asian laborer building condos in Dubai was not what Mahdi envisioned at the end of his university degree. A life surrounded by poverty and separation from his family was also not what he expected. But reality quickly pulls Mahdi away from his dreams of becoming a renowned poet as employment and earning income becomes a growing concern.

Mahdi soon finds himself among an impoverished population of laborers who work endlessly each and every day for the wealthy emirate regime as their oppression grows. Violence, hunger, and sleeplessness all become too familiar. Although his goal to help support his working mother and sister remains an important one, Mahdi cannot shake the urge to express his political dissent through his poetry.

As his poetry quickly circulates and becomes popular among the working laborers, Mahdi seeks a new goal: to change the way of life for not only himself and his family, but for his fellow workers. The increase in popularity of Mahdi's poetry prompts him to compete in The Visionary Poet competition, where he believes he will be given a chance to finally change the way life is lived for those who are forced to work in poor conditions.

But one question remains: can poetry really change the world?

This book features a collection of beautiful poems by the gifted Canadian poet Ashley Newton.

The oranges of Dubai

Paolo Manfredi is an affirmed paediatric surgeon who lives and works in Paris. Born in Torre dell'Isola, a town not too far from Palermo, after high school he left Sicily, a land then upset by serious upheavals, to pursue his ambitions. After thirty years, he comes back with his wife and his children to celebrate his fiftieth birthday, and to retrace the steps of a brusquely interrupted personal and civil history. He finds a deeply changed world, and walking on the footsteps of his own past, searching for his Sicily, he finds again his old friends, and with them the emotions he denied for a long time, his cut roots, his childhood places, changed yet still deeply intact. In the nostalgic memory of his past life, Paolo learns to look at the events from the point of view of those who stayed and fought so that the identity of a people wouldn't be lost.

Bonk & Hedz ... a caveman ... and woman ... story

What was it like before NFL football? Before Reality TV? Before cake?

Bonk and his mate Hedz are an ordinary caveman and cavewoman struggling with the everyday existence that comes when one's place in the food chain isn't all that clear.

If creating fire, dodging volcano eruptions and outrunning saber tooth tigers isn't stressing enough, their daily survival is interrupted when a strange little caveman named Lob arrives in the village. Lob convinces their leader, Chief Wug, that a neighboring tribe is amassing weapons of mass destruction in preparation for an assault on their village.

As Lob gains more influence on their chief, the tiny community of troglodytes must form an army and prepare to defend themselves. But when this endeavor raises unexpected social issues such as women's rights, religion and politics, the cavemen realize they might have been better off if they had never come down from the trees.

Mixing slapstick and social commentary in equal amounts, BONK & HEDZ shows how things might have gone had Fred Flintstone and George W. Bush crossed clubs.

Dissident: Part One in the Bellator Saga

What would you do for love of country? In a new America where almost no one can be trusted, Caroline Gerard lies unconscious in a government hospital as others decide her fate. She is a political dissident, wanted for questioning by a brutal regime that has come to power. As she recovers from her injuries, all she has are her memories of a rich and beautiful past. What does it take to heal a broken heart? As Caroline clings to life her thoughts drift to before the regime, when she was a rising star in the House of Representatives, widowed, and raising two precocious children. She remembers her unexpected attraction to fellow politician (and known playboy) Jack McIntyre. Jack captures her attention with his rakish grin, disarming attitude, and dry wit, and soon their friendship blossoms into much more. Who can you trust? Under the new political system, Caroline doesn't know what to believe, even her own vivid memories. Is the life she led real, or just a mirage? Is Jack truly the one to help her move on? Or are they just pawns in a political power play? The Bellator Saga is a six part series. Each full length novel ends in a cliffhanger. For readers 18+. This saga contains adult situations, including non-gratuitous violence, explicit (consensual) sex, psychological and physical trauma, and an oftentimes dark and gritty plot.

The Spirit of Resistance: Volume 1 (Jefferson's Road)

Peter Baird, a failing writer and blogger for right-wing causes is horrified when his brother Martin announces his plan to ignite a second American Revolution. Martin will provoke the government into declaring war against its own citizens by assassinating the President on Inauguration Day. Fearful for his brother's life, Peter is drawn into the shady world of radicalized militias. He must choose to become part of the plot or risk losing his brother forever. Can he talk his brother down from this insane plan by going along this scheme, or must he betray Martin to save his country?

The Armor Heist (The Bright Future)

The Shipping Wars completely reformed the business of carrying things from one point to another. Competition grew so fierce that it finally burst into armed conflict. The old companies were destroyed by the fighting, and Parcel Service rose out of their combined ashes. Obtaining nation-status, Parcel Service exercised its power to make certain that those dark days of competition are gone. Every truck is armored, every package defended, every step taken to ensure that the mail must flow - through Parcel Service. When an unscrupulous employee stole a valuable console and sold it to the competition, it was only natural that he used Parcel Service to move the device. He didn't plan on getting caught or being forced to reveal the tracking number of the package. Now, the rightful owners want their console back, and they've offered a ridiculous bounty for its safe return. Armed with the knowledge of the console's route, a smuggler, a sniper, and a shape-shifting thief concoct a risky plan to claim the bounty: taking on Parcel Service and hitting their armored car - with another armored car. Set in "The Bright Future," this short story takes place before book 1 in the series: "The Cookie Caper."

The Dead

Painted Smile: Now in new easy to read format

Written by a bestselling author this book is a political all action thriller of 140,000 words, with an international political base. The plot revolves around the idea that the Japanese are trying to dominate the world economically, and more specifically, on how they are trying to get Britain and China to go to war over a crisis in Hong Kong. The weapon they are using is mind control, training certain highly intelligent and uniquely skilled people into influencing Western political leaders.

The plot lines, which are based all over the world, are all brought to a focus by the central character, the bizarre Rupert Bannister who comes across as an amiable idiot. The whole book is about this very different character, he does not fit into the normal hero role at all: he is short and fat and looks like an uneducated farm boy, Rupert is that rarest of all creatures, the violent intellectual. He seems totally irresponsible and frequently acts like a child. He loves bizarre situations, for example he quite enjoys a night on a park bench or in jail. He seeks out violent people because he enjoys a good fight yet he is as gentle as a lamb. He loves hard manual labour yet he is one of the world's greatest intellects. Rupert is one of the few people in the world who can take on these mind control people, or Senders as they are known scientifically.

The action ranges from Exeter to Washington and on to Japan, London, Brussels and Iraq. Rupert is first employed by the CIA to track down the Senders but then he becomes more heavily involved, because his partnership in this, with Sanchia Clarke, turns into a love affair. When Sanchia is taken by the Senders, Rupert starts a search which finally results in an amazing trek across the Iraqi desert to break into the Sender's complex. Finding out just how serious the Senders assault is on the world, leads Rupert to a major confrontation within the United Nations and particularly with the Prime Minister of Britain and the UN Secretary General. Finally Rupert joins in a full scale assault on the Sender's complex.

The book has a strong scientific and political basis all drawn very much on fact. It relies more on emphasizing situations and processes that are going on in the world today rather than imagining new ones. For example: Senders do exist! European businessmen and politicians use transducers when negotiating inside Japan to stop their minds being deliberately confused by external influences.

The book contains scenes of personal violence as well as love and sex scenes, though the central character's eccentricity can put humour into the most dangerous situations.

THANK GOD FOR BENEVOLENT WHITE FOLKS

DOES THE POLITICAL CLIMATE DETERMINE RACE RELATIONS IN AMERICA OR DOES THE RACIAL CLIMATE DETERMINE POLITICAL DIRECTION IN AMERICA? ALSO, DOES RACIAL DISCRIMINATION GUARANTEE A BRIGHT FUTURE OF PROGRESS IN AMERICA OR ITS DEMISE? READ "THANK GOD FOR BENEVOLENT WHITE FOLKS" AND YOU BE THE JUDGE.