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McGraw-Hill, 1987 - Fiction - 423 pages
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An Army Intelligence officer, beset by personal problems, learns that a group of Arab terrorists will attack the elite of Washington and London at a Fourth of July celebration

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I was very excited when i started this book. Looking at the other books written by the same author i wondered why i hadn't run across him before. The titles all sounded like my type of book. It was an ... Read full review


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For his massive political donations, Bud Fulmer is named the U.S. Ambassador to the Court of St. James. To mark their pride, Bud and his wife Pandora plan to throw the biggest July 4th bash ever and ... Read full review


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Born in Chicago, IL, Waller attended the University of Chicago and earned his M.A. from Columbia University. A crime reporter, he joined the United States Army Air Force intelligence in World War II. He published his first novel in 1944, followed by some 50 more over the years. From his first marriage he has two daughters and four granddaughters. He married Patricia Mahen in 1967, moving to ltaly and eventually England. After 15 years abroad they now live in Naples, Florida where he writes, lectures and contributes to Florida's leading cultural magazine, "the Naples Review.

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