No Way to Peace

A novel about the courage of five women in Argentina’s war of terror during the 1970s. Their lives are observed by an American banker who has stayed in Buenos Aires after most foreigners have been evacuated. He falls in love with one of the women, a refugee from another war who is living in Argentina under a false identity, but they are drawn into the war between the guerrillas and the military. More

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Published by Nepperhan Press
Words: 88,470
Language: English
ISBN: 9780982990490
About Tom Milton

My first career was in journalism with the Wall Street Journal, after which I served in the army during the Vietnam War. I then joined a large international bank and worked overseas, initially as an economic/political analyst and finally as a senior executive. I spent the next thirty years living and working in foreign countries, which gave me settings for my novels (Buenos Aires, Madrid, London, Santo Domingo, and so on). After retiring from my banking career I joined the faculty of Mercy College, where I am a professor of international business.

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