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9781311113115 - Mark Ciccone: Dillinger in Charleston - Bog

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Dillinger in Charleston (2015) (?)

Levering fra: HollandBogen er på engelskNy boge-bog, e-bog, digital bog
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9781311113115 (?) eller 1311113118

, på engelsk, Smashwords Edition, Nye, eBook
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May, 1946. The Second World War has ended in Europe and the Pacific. The Soviets have overrun all of Europe to the Rhine and the Alps, and the US has finally crushed the last Japanese field army in the Home Islands. The old European colonial empires are steadily fragmenting, and the postwar world is slowly taking shape, with three major powers coming to the fore: The United States of America, the Soviet Union…and the Confederate States of America.Since the Treaty of Arlington in 1864 following t... May, 1946. The Second World War has ended in Europe and the Pacific. The Soviets have overrun all of Europe to the Rhine and the Alps, and the US has finally crushed the last Japanese field army in the Home Islands. The old European colonial empires are steadily fragmenting, and the postwar world is slowly taking shape, with three major powers coming to the fore: The United States of America, the Soviet Union…and the Confederate States of America.Since the Treaty of Arlington in 1864 following the Southern victory at Gettysburg, North and South have been divided, glaring angrily at each other as they expand their borders and influence. The Confederacy has absorbed Mexico and Cuba, and established puppet regimes throughout the Caribbean and Central America. The United States has annexed Alaska and Hawaii, and drawn British Canada firmly into its orbit. For eighty years and more, both nations have feuded over border territories, ideology and power, each shying away from a major conflict at the last moment. Now, with the largest war in history over all around the world, these two powers are again jostling for position, seizing whatever resources that will grant them the greatest advantage.FBI Agent John Dillinger has seen plenty of what these intrigues have wrought--death, betrayal, cruelties of all kinds. He fights against them in the field every day, well aware of how little his efforts truly matter in the overall stalemate between North and South. Then, one day, he is chosen for a special assignment with the OSS, one that may put an end to a major source for the bubbling resistance he has dealt with over his 20-year career. But what is the true goal of his mission? And who can he really trust in the world of secrets he is now stepping into? Productinformatie:Taal: Engels;Formaat: Epub zonder kopieerbeveiliging (DRM) ;Kopieerrechten: Het kopiëren van (delen van) de pagina's is niet toegestaan ;ISBN10: 1311113118;ISBN13: 9781311113115; Engels | Ebook | 2015
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Kategori: Literatuur, Romans, Historisch
Data fra 05-07-2016 21:40h
ISBN (alternativ notationer): 1-311-11311-8, 978-1-311-11311-5
Arkiv post:
9781311113115 - Mark Ciccone: Dillinger in Charleston - Bog

(?):

Dillinger in Charleston (2015) (?)

Levering fra: TysklandBogen er på engelskNy boge-bog, e-bog, digital bogprodukt for digital download
ISBN:

9781311113115 (?) eller 1311113118

, på engelsk, Smashwords Edition, Smashwords Edition, Smashwords Edition, Nye, eBook, digital download
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May, 1946. The Second World War has ended in Europe and the Pacific. The Soviets have overrun all of Europe to the Rhine and the Alps, and the US has finally crushed the last Japanese field army in the Home Islands. The old European colonial empires are steadily fragmenting, and the postwar world is slowly taking shape, with three major powers coming to the fore: The United States of America, the Soviet Union…and the Confederate States of America. Since the Treaty of Arlington in 1864 following the Southern victory at Gettysburg, North and South have been divided, glaring angrily at each other as they expand their borders and influence. The Confederacy has absorbed Mexico and Cuba, and established puppet regimes throughout the Caribbean and Central America. The United States has annexed Alaska and Hawaii, and drawn British Canada firmly into its orbit. For eighty years and more, both nations have feuded over border territories, ideology and power, each shying away from a major conflict at the last moment. Now, with the largest war in history over all around the world, these two powers are again jostling for position, seizing whatever resources that will grant them the greatest advantage. FBI Agent John Dillinger has seen plenty of what these intrigues have wrought-death, betrayal, cruelties of all kinds. He fights against them in the field every day, well aware of how little his efforts truly matter in the overall stalemate between North and South. Then, one day, he is chosen for a special assignment with the OSS, one that may put an end to a major source for the bubbling resistance he has dealt with over his 20-year career. But what is the true goal of his mission? And who can he really trust in the world of secrets he is now stepping into?
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Kategori: Fiction & Literature
Nøgleord: Dillinger in Charleston Mark Ciccone Historical Fiction & Literature 9781311113115
Data fra 05-07-2016 21:40h
ISBN (alternativ notationer): 1-311-11311-8, 978-1-311-11311-5

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