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Omnibus containing the novel AN ELECTION OF PATRIOTS, the screenplay A CRIME OF INFLUENCE, and the radio play PIVOT, both adapted from the novel by the author, Andre Jute.
by André Jute
a tiny tale
a Christmas flash
extracted from his work-in-progress
Scenes from a Bizarre Life
After Kim Philby’s betrayals, Central Intelligence is so paralyzed by fear of Soviet penetration that only risk-free operations are sanctioned. Hubbell Adams returns from Vietnam scarred but nonetheless goes into the field with the Company's greatest aggressive operation in twenty years to seduce the KGB's insider of insiders into defection.
When the formidable Iron Curtain conductor Vlaklos decides to defect to the West at the Adelaide Festival of Arts, consequent events electrify an elite group related through their loves, their hatreds, their secrets and their ambitions. Lovers and enemies alike have their price.
Who will eat Moira first, her husband or the wolves?
"Tense and chilling read." — Icy Road
It didn’t just happen that soundbite television came to trivialize the great issues of the day.
Someone willed it. A very surprising someone.
With the best possible intentions. For the best possible reasons. In all sincerity. To save the Republic.
A SERIAL KILLER
SPIRALS IN ON THE WHITE HOUSE
IN AN ELECTION YEAR
A United States Senator harbors a secret that could cost him his life.
W. S. Buggins is the nerdiest wimp ever, an embarrassment. A poet, for crying out loud. Now the rappa-revo Bloody Raztuz Razzamatazz has recorded his poems. And Buggins, with only a little prodding from Celia — the beautiful stockbroker — is blossoming into a guerilla consumer advocate. With violence and destruction of property. A rock’n’roll romantic comedy we all wish would come true.
IT’S THE ECONOMY, STUPID explains in under an hour what truly matters in this (or any other) Presidential election. You’ll be able to identify the culprits responsible for economic theory and policy — and you’ll know why they’ve created this mess. In other words, you’ll be as smart as Bill Clinton, the Rhodes Scholar for whom the catch phrase “It’s the economy, stupid” was coined.
in the last titanic struggle for the soul of America,
one man has the vision and the power
to do what has to be done.
Harry Luce can do his patriotic duty
— and destroy his friend.
Or Harry can be loyal to his friend
— and betray his country.
Which would you choose?