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Last of the April Ten
A former RAF squadron leader and Russian nuclear safeguards inspector try to thwart a decades-old Iraqi scheme to re-infect the world with smallpox.


Shot@Dawn
Shot@Dawn traces the trajectories of Randall, an editor at Dawn Books, the withered limb of Dawn magazine’s media empire. This noir comedy evokes a vanishing editorial universe, with its wit, talent, caprice, courage, and lost nerve, and the tidal rhythms of human hope and despair.

Red Man’s Will
Red Man’s Will closes the converging trajectories of two German brothers—one the pilot-protagonist, who, badly burned in a crash, secretly takes an American identity; the other a Nazi death-camp doctor emerging from a long exile in southern Chile.

Bushmaster Fall
Viktor Krylov, a former KGB colonel working as a nuclear Safeguards inspector, and British biologist Joly Goodpasture discover, to their great peril, that what seems a natural meteorite fall of radioactive material over Bolivia’s coca orchards is in fact a new weapon in America’s war on drugs.

Benchley’s Chip
“A swirling, brooding work full of flinty writing, and much thought... A strong supporting cast... in a grimly convincing Bulgaria: KGB, US defectors, local secret police, dissidents, a flamboyant African milking his Third World ticket, a seedy English spy... A find.”
The Times of London

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Fiction
A former RAF squadron leader and Russian nuclear safeguards inspector try to thwart a decades-old Iraqi scheme to re-infect the world with smallpox.
An editor named Randall strives to succeed at Dawn Books, part of Dawn magazine’s media empire.
An international thriller, a moving tale of love and deception, beautifully told.
A mysterious rain of radioactive material poisons Bolivia’s coca crop. “Outstanding thriller.”
Publishers Weekly
American operatives stalk the world’s first molecular microchip in communist Bulgaria. “Extraordinary on every level.”
London Daily Telegraph

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