A Shade of Difference: Advise and Consent, #2

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WordFire Press, May 1, 2014 - Fiction

The sequel to the Pulitzer Prize winning bestseller Advise and Consent.
From Allen Drury, the 20th Century grand master of political fiction, a novel of the United Nations and the racial friction that could spark a worldwide powderkeg. International tensions rise as ambassadors and politicians scheme, using the independence of a small African nation as the focal point for hidden agendas. A cascade of events begun in the General Assembly Hall of the United Nations could lead to the weakening of the United States, the loss of the Panama Canal, and a possible civil war. Allen Drury paints a vivid and laser-accurate portrait of Washington and international politics, from top secret conferences, to elite cocktail parties, club luncheon rooms, and the private offices of the key players in government.
A novel as relevant today as when it was first published.

 

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User Review  - rocketjk - LibraryThing

This is Drury's 1966 follow-up to his Pulitzer Prize winning novel, Advise and Consent. The first was an in-depth look at the workings of the Senate and the presidency. Drury's right-wing politics ... Read full review

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User Review  - BruceCoulson - LibraryThing

A novel of its time; the ruler of the African nation of Gorotoland uses American racial inequality to push for full independence from England, using the United Nations as a forum. Of course the ruler ... Read full review

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Authors Note
Cullee Hamiltons Book
Hal Frys Book
A Shade of Difference

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