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1425912494
ISBN-13:
9781425912499
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Debra

Debra

by Penelope Morrison Chambers

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Overview

A 21st CENTURY LOVE STORY BETWEEN TWO STAR STRUCK LOVERS DESPERATELY TRYING TO BRIDGE THE SACRED AND THE PROFANE

An out of luck American born French Escort-Interpreter living in France is brought into a windstorm that involves an international precious stones contraband ring in support of the Zionist Cause. This, after a young corporate lawyer's satchel is stolen that contains an envelope given to her in Venice, Italy. What starts out to be a banal theft, culminates in a murder that ultimately pits an Irish-American FBI agent and a Jewish-American CIA analyst, and the role played by both agencies since the end of World War Two. An intellectual battle is drawn between Catholicism and Judaism as to what it truly means to be God's Chosen People.

Written in 2002, the present Bush Administration's wish to 'liberate' Iraq serves as backdrop in the understanding American Foreign Policy, which from he country's inception has been shaped by its singular vision of democracy and freedom. It is a tale of the non-Politically Correct underside of American-European relations and how religion has influenced this troubled alliance from its very beginnings. Has 'One World' hegemonic economic interests reawakened nationalism to the detriment of our most precious liberties, as once did the 'Terror' of the French Revolution and European imperialism prior to World War One, and Hitler and Stalin between the two World Wars? Is Islamic Fundamentalism a precursor to future mass revolts against any such hegemonic intent?


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ISBN-13: 9781425912499
Publisher: AuthorHouse
Publication date: 01/05/2006
Pages: 740
Product dimensions: 1.75(w) x 9.00(h) x 6.00(d)

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