The Jakarta Plot

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Leisure Books, 1999 - Fiction - 358 pages
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After the world's most powerful nations implore the Chinese government to stop nuclear testing or face sanctions, a group of communist terrorists attacks the heads of state at a high-level meeting in Jakarta, on the island of Java. They hold hostage the leaders--including the vice president of the United States. Largent is "a writer to watch, " says "Publishers Weekly."

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User Review  - Jim McCulloch - Goodreads

The story premise is shaky from the start with a UN delegation including the US Vice President being kidnapped in Indonesia. The US response is much more muted than is likely in the scenario, but it ... Read full review


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Largent served as a flight recon officer responsible for wartime intelligence.

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