The Acorn Dossier

The Acorn Dossier

by William Beecher
     
 

The Acorn Dossier revolves around a cashiered Russian General nursing a bitter hatred for the U.S.There is a plot to explode nuclear suitcase bombs in US cities unless paid $50 million.Two hunter-killer teams-one led by the FBI, the other dispatched by Moscow-race to capture or kill the general and his battle-hardened commandos before it is too late. The

Overview

The Acorn Dossier revolves around a cashiered Russian General nursing a bitter hatred for the U.S.There is a plot to explode nuclear suitcase bombs in US cities unless paid $50 million.Two hunter-killer teams-one led by the FBI, the other dispatched by Moscow-race to capture or kill the general and his battle-hardened commandos before it is too late. The Acorn Dossier takes readers all around the world- each chapter is a different location! Chapter 1: Rostov, RussiaChapter 2: Ljubljana, SloveniaChapter 3:Washington, DCChapter 4: Ljubljana, SloveniaChapter 5: Helsinki, FinlandChapter 6: Kaluga, RussiaChapter 7: Washington, DCChapter 8: Ljubljana, SloveniaChapter 9: Washington, DCChapter 10: Oklahoma CityChapter 11: Detroit, MichiganChapter 12: Washington, DCChapter 13: Washington, DCChapter 14: Racine, WisconsinChapter 15: PittsburghChapter 16: OttawaChapter 17: Washington, DCChapter 18: Washington, DCChapter 19: Racine, WisconsinChapter 20: Carbondale, IllinoisChapter 21: Carbondale, IllinoisChapter 22: Columbia, MissouriChapter 23: Washington, DCChapter 24: St. LouisChapter 25:Grand Gulf State Park, MissouriChapter 26: Washington, DCChapter 27: St. LouisChapter 28: Carbondale, IllinoisChapter 29: Chicago William Beecher is a Pulitzer Prize winning Author for his work at The New York Times and The Washington Post.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780982330036
Publisher:
Dailey Swan Publishing
Publication date:
08/15/2009
Pages:
186
Product dimensions:
4.90(w) x 7.90(h) x 0.90(d)
Age Range:
14 Years

Meet the Author

William Beecher spent 25 Years as a Washington Correspondent for the Boston Globe, New York Times, and the Wall Street Journal. His writing awards include the Pulitzer prize. He served as the acting Assistant Secretary of Defense for Public Affairs and as Director of the Office of Public Affairs for the Nuclear Regulatory Commission for 10 years.

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