The Dalai Lama Caper

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Janus Publishing Company Lim, Jan 1, 2007 - Fiction - 88 pages
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The murky world of secret service organizations such as the CIA and the FBI is explored in this intriguing narrative that suggests that the author’s family has been under surveillance since the 1940s. Believing that he is at the center of intense interest from the intelligence services, Barry Titus feels he has become the victim of vicious gossip and rumors that are meant to drive him to the brink of insanity—and keep him from divulging humiliating material about the U.S. government, including the massage-parlor past of a White House speechwriter. With his belief in Buddhism providing little relief during this stressful period, Titus begins to have a telepathic war of wills with the Dalai Lama.
  

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Barry Titus is the author of Masks.

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