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The accidental discovery in New Mexico of a super explosivea thousand times more powerful than conventional onessends assistant professor Jean-Claude Delvaux into a whirlwind of travel, passion, and discovery.
Delvaux meets with tragedy in Chechnya, while taking part in its liberation struggle, and emerges broken-hearted from the rubble of Grozny, swearing off violence. Destiny strikes again when Delvaux is lured by love and loyalty around the world and into the new nexus of conflicta brutal jihad in the mountains of Afghanistan.
|Publisher:||Sunbelt Publications, Incorporated|
|Product dimensions:||5.50(w) x 8.40(h) x 0.80(d)|
About the Author
Marc A. Meyers, Distinguished Professor of Materials Science at the University of California, San Diego and Life Member, Clare Hall, Cambridge (UK), has carried out research within his field all over the world. His work with the Center for Explosives Technology Research (New Mexico), the US Army, Japanese and Soviet research institutes led him to imagine a chain of events which could lead to the frightening scenario in his first novel, Mayan Mars. His expertise in explosives, and his knowledge of Chechnya's brutal war, inspired the situations and events in Chechnya Jihad. Dr. Meyers lives in San Diego and travels extensively.
What People are Saying About This
"Transcending the strictures of the 'canned' thriller genre, Meyers has crafted a novel that explores the depths of the human mind through conflict. At the eye of this storm is the struggle of Islam within itself and with the West."