Sunday in Sudan

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It's 2041 and the UN has sent its own unique peace making force to the Sudan. There their leader joins forces with a tribeswoman from one of the most ancient civilizations left on our globe,and In spite of the fact that she does not even have a word for peace in her language, the duo set out to make it happen. Add in an evil Sudanese radically religious president and you have: Sunday in Sudan.

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Language: English
ISBN: 9781458072047
About Don L Clark

Mr. Clark is a retired USAF colonel and college professor/administrator. During his USAF career he primarily worked in Intelligence and also served as a military attache in the USSR and on the Joint Staff where he provided military imput into strategic international negotiations such as SALT. MBFR, Laws of the Sea, etc. He has a third degree black belt in Juo and taught courses at Montana State University in International Affairs (how to get a date in Paris).For sseveral years he wrote weekly newspaper columns about international affairs entitled "Hither and Yon" and excerpts from it were occasionally exceprted on Voice of America.
Mr. Clark's novels are all action/adventure types in several settings ranging from Texas rangers who team up with a Chinese female assassin back in the late 1800's (Yala) to what UN Peace making force might be like by the year 2030 (Sunday in Sudan.) All of his novels are intended for adults and all include some sexual implications as well as proffer what he thinks would be better ways for the USA to deal with the problems it is facing globally and internally today.
His novel Yala was nominated for (but did not win) an international Frankfurt Award for e-books
Besides writing he currently engages as a CASA volunteer. His one foray as an author into non-fiction is "A Fix for America" in which he proffers moderate soultions for all of the major issues dividing this nation.

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