An Unbroken Line

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AuthorHouse, Aug 6, 2007 - Fiction - 324 pages
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On the Caspian Sea life has been good to the Pyrieve’s, but there is trouble in the regions and the Russian states seem unstable.

 

Anar is an army officer taken to lonely place to learn of the family line.

 

American money is entering Armenia making changes affecting its neighbours. Things are changing in the Soviet World.

 

Anar forced to become a rebel re-discovers his religion and turns against what he has always known.

 

The Cossack 500 club is a business with links to the west The Russian pull out of Satellite states was made for them. If the Azeri’s can be coerced into letting the US & Europe to develop Azeri oil, then there are those in the Kremlin who would support it.

 

Aynur's parents are dead and survival is hard in Baku after the revolt.

 

Westerners are arriving in the city; there is opportunity if one knows how.

 

Muslims are preparing for a Jihad with promises of everlasting riches in heaven. What will become of the line of Mohammed?

 

Sandy Harrison working at the Sahil Refinery is ex-SAS. Knowing the refinery is vulnerable in the current atmosphere, contacts Bryan Powel his friend still with the crack unit.

 

A British Airways jet is hijacked. But, something is not right.

 

Sandy Harrison follows, a beautiful mysterious girl. Is she dangerous or vulnerable? Only time will tell.

 

British soldiers in Azerbaijan secretly, but why?

 

An Egyptian is detained in London. Al Fayed Zouk comes to the attention of Powell.

 

Saddam Hussein must one day destroy the line if he wants total power.  Could this be destiny?

 

The London Stock Exchange is buzzing. There is money to be made for those with Influence and money is changing hands.

 

Aynur could be trouble, for both her brother Anar and those with power. Will the Muslims ever unite together in the world, and who would lead them?

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