Pacific nightmare: a third world war in the Far East

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Sidgwick & Jackson, 1992 - Fiction - 302 pages
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PACIFIC NIGHTMARE: How Japan Starts World War III--A Future History

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Hong Kong resident Winchester—a Manchester Guardian correspondent whose nonfiction Their Noble Lordships (1982) and Pacific Rising (1991) dished up the House of Lords and the Pacific Rim respectively ... Read full review

Pacific Nightmare: How Japan Starts World War III : A Future History

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This curious and unlovely work posits dreadful events that, in the author's view, will follow the transfer of Hong Kong to China. This is not a novel in any conventional sense but rather a speculative ... Read full review

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DISTANT THUNDER
8
RECESSIONAL
18
ENTRACTE
60
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Simon Winchester has written works based on his travels through Africa, India and Hong Kong, including The River at the Center of the World (1996), about his trip along the Yangtze River. He has also written The Professor and the Madman: A Tale of Murder, Insanity and the Making of the Oxford English Dictionary, and served as the Asia-Pacific editor for Conde Nast Traveler. He lives in Massachusetts and in the Western Isles of Scotland.

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