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A shade of difference: a novel

Allen Drury - Fiction - 1962 - 603 pages
The highly educated ruler of a small African country makes trouble for the United Nations when he provokes a racial incident in Charleston, South Carolina.
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Egypt: the eternal smile : reflections on a journey

Allen Drury - History - 1980 - 272 pages
The author reflects upon Egypt's intriguing past, its cultures and art as well as its present-day landscape. He has captured an Egypt that transcends the ages and provides a ...
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Decision

Allen Drury - Fiction - 1983 - 486 pages
An incisive, brilliantly dramatized behind-the-scenes look at the lives and work of the justices of the Supreme Court as they face a tangle of crucial issues stemming from an ...
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Toward what bright glory?: a novel

Allen Drury - Fiction - 1990 - 527 pages
On the eve of World War II, four young men--Richard Emmett Wilson and his friends, Lattimer, Bates, and McAllister--find their safe college world threatened by confrontations ...
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Into What Far Harbor?: A Novel

Allen Drury - Fiction - 1993 - 383 pages
After returning from World War II, a promising university student finds his way in a new world and confronts his attitudes about race, sexuality, and religion over the next ...
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A Thing of State: A Novel

Allen Drury - Fiction - 1995 - 383 pages
U.S. Secretary of State Raymond Cass Stanley faces the ultimate challenge when he is forced to confront the leader of an oil-rich Middle East country that has obtained nuclear ...
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