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Lukewarm

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Lukewarm by Orin Parker
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In 1951, on the outer 'lukewarm" edges of the Cold War, Stanley Warren becomes a PsyWar operative in the just-organized CIA. He is sent to Greece to organize a 'Black Radio" station, calling for resistance inside communist Bulgaria. His close friend John Preston directs covert missions in Albania. Their adventures and failures teach them what can -and cannot-win in the U.S./Soviet battle for third-world peoples. And that freedom and democracy can't be imposed. They must be earned and accepted by the citizens of any country. LUKEWARM is an adventure novel. Set in the 1950s, it pulls the reader into a time when CIA's primitive covert operations wasted resources and often seriously damaged America's reputation. The incidents are now history and LUKEWARM has received clearance from CIA. *** Now retired in Oceanside, CA, Orin Parker had an early first career with the CIA. Following that he worked as executive of an educational services organization, serving in the Middle East area for over twenty years. His two earlier novels are centered on the Palestinian problem: BURIAL IN BEIRUT in 1998 and RAJA'OUN - WE WILL RETURN in 2000. Both are available at Barnes & Noble, IUniverse.com, and Amazon.com. Cover design by David C. Parker
Release date Australia
December 20th, 2005
Author
Country of Publication
United States
Illustrations
Illustrations, black and white
Imprint
Xlibris
Dimensions
140x216x17
ISBN-13
9781599269023
Product ID
1932409

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