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Synopsis:

Possessed of astonishing dramatic, emotional, and philosophical resonance, A Flag for Sunrise is a novel in the grand tradition about Americans drawn into the maelstrom of a small Central American country on the brink of revolution. It takes place in Tecan, an ancient, complex society about to explode--swarming with homegrown terrorists, revolutionaries, and counter-revolutionaries, as well as American spooks and intriguers from abroad. From the book's inception, readers will be seized by the dangers and nightmare suspense of life lived on the rim of a political volcano.

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ISBN:
9781602834163
Publisher:
BBC Audiobooks
Subject:
Suspense
Narrated:
Lang, Stephen
Author:
Stone, Robert
Author:
A01
Subject:
Popular Fiction-Suspense
Publication Date:
20080731
Binding:
Compact Disc
Language:
English

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A Flag for Sunrise
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"Synopsis" by , Possessed of astonishing dramatic, emotional, and philosophical resonance, A Flag for Sunrise is a novel in the grand tradition about Americans drawn into the maelstrom of a small Central American country on the brink of revolution. It takes place in Tecan, an ancient, complex society about to explode--swarming with homegrown terrorists, revolutionaries, and counter-revolutionaries, as well as American spooks and intriguers from abroad. From the book's inception, readers will be seized by the dangers and nightmare suspense of life lived on the rim of a political volcano.
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