Dubrovnik

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Rated 2.00/5 based on 1 reviews
Alexander Crown trilogy book 1.
A behind-the-scenes chronicle, two military spies scheme to end a feud between two revered Croatian families, and then navigate to help end the civil-war against Serbia.

Dubrovnik, a truly amazing story. You journey with Croatian youth in search for freedom. I've pushed the boundaries of fictionalizing reality. More

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Words: 114,750
Language: English
ISBN: 9781458071521
About Ben Campbell

As a writer and photographer, I love darkly beautiful things, sharp humor and sweet chocolate, which make me huggable.

While traveling throughout Europe, I'd settled at times in Paris, Lucerne, Munich, Florence, Dubrovnik, Istanbul and Athens, all the while contemplating writing adventure novels. I've now written and published many of my exciting experiences.

My three Alexander Crown novels take you on thrilling escapades through European countries.

My nine eBook novels are available as Kindle, iPad, Nook, and Android tablet downloads. Paperback editions are also available through amazon. Take a peek at them and discover one or more that will stage you in all my exciting action adventures.

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Dubrovnik, a novel
Croatia is on the verge of westernizing its culture and politics. Alex Crown and Ivan Andric, two Special Forces agents, work toward an armistice with two feuding families over the ownership of the late Marshal Tito's monastery, while the backdrop of the war between Croatia and Serbia serve up devastation on the old walled-in city of Dubrovnik.

Alexander Crown Trilogy, book 1
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Review by: Patricia Green on March 11, 2011 :
This didn't hold my attention enough to make me read the whole book. The mission of the people was unclear, the characters were imbalanced. They were weak and weren't compelling. The scenery was fulsome--I've been to Dubrovnik when it was Dubrovnik--but the book didn't bill itself as a travelogue.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

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