The Plot: A Novel
In Paris, through one highly charged week of summer, the premier statesmen of the five great nuclear powers meet in conclave. Round a majestic table, behind firmly closed doors they move toward agreement or dissent, toward agreement or dissent, toward hope or toward holocaust ...
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