This is a first novel about the fall of the Berlin Wall and its financial, political intrigue effects on the West. A group of Eastern fanatics launch a secretive Cabal to create havoc in the west by trying to destroy its world-wide influence. With the placement of "sleeper spies" setting up shop in the military, industrial and financial sectors of the West, they await their turn to create havoc on instructions from their leaders. The story is based on some actual events that took place in the Eastern Bloc and was made possible with a source who was highly placed in the American Embassy in Berlin just before the wall came down. The names were changed to protect the source as he was an attache responsible for some of the "James bond-like" adventures that took place at that time. A case in point: the "abduction" of Gorbacchov did take place, but for political reasons, was "re-created" to bring about a more politically sound future for both the East and the West. This "re-creation" is just one of the ways that our worldly governments work within their shadowy ways, and keeping their populaces in the dark as to how "things" get worked out behind the scenes.
2 editions First published in 1997
1997, 1st Books LibraryFalse Pretense
E-book in English
December 19, 1997, 1st Books LibraryFalse Pretense
Paperback in English