A Time for Terror

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Books International, 1997 - Fiction - 197 pages
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Set against the turmoils of the Middle East, a group of Armenian nationalists working out of Lebanon struggle to regain their homeland, but it is moral decay and growing rivalry of their aging leaders -- a soldier and a professor -- that threatens to undermine their plans. The younger soldiers determine to rid themselves of their once revered masters, while the real hero, Vartan, agonizes over his beliefs and his growing love for a fellow conspirator.

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TIME FOR TERROR

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Distinguished Armenian author Ajemian has published 12 novels, anthologies, and collections of essays in Soviet Armenia over the last 35 years. This, his first English-language novel, describes ... Read full review

Contents

Section 1
1
Section 2
37
Section 3
98
Section 4
99
Section 5
111
Section 6
123
Section 7
177
Section 8
198
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About the author (1997)

Ajemian is one of the most prominent contemporary writers of the Armenian Diaspora.

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