The Cold Between

Author: Elizabeth Bonesteel
Publisher: HarperCollins
ISBN: 006241366X
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From debut author Elizabeth Bonesteel, The Cold Between is the start to a stellar military science fiction series that combines hints of mystery and romance with action and adventure in the tradition of Elizabeth Moon, Linnea Sinclair, and ...

Remnants Of Trust

Author: Elizabeth Bonesteel
Publisher: HarperCollins
ISBN: 0062413694
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In this follow-up to the acclaimed military science fiction thriller The Cold Between, a young soldier finds herself caught in the crosshairs of a deadly conspiracy in deep space.

Breach Of Containment

Author: Elizabeth Bonesteel
Publisher: HarperCollins
ISBN: 0062413708
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A RELUCTANT HERO MUST PREVENT WAR IN SPACE AND ON EARTH IN THIS GRIPPING THIRD INSTALLMENT OF ELIZABETH BONESTEEL’S ACCLAIMED CENTRAL CORPS SERIES Hostilities between factions are threatening to explode into a shooting war on the moon of ...

August 1914 A Novel

Author: Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn
Publisher: Farrar, Straus and Giroux
ISBN: 0374712123
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Bursts of cold rain pattered against the windowpane more and more frequently. It
was so dull and cheerless ... Worse still, he had opened up a gap between the Ist
and 2nd armies, disrupting cooperation between them. Unlike the punctilious
General ... (Details followed.) His order to the central corps on the night of 27—28
August to continue their advance, although he knew that the flanking forces had
withdrawn, was incomprehensible to any normal, sensible person. This gross
error ...

Politics And The Novel During The Cold War

Author: David Caute
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1351498363
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by P. Romanov, reported to the Central Committee on the disarray among
Western Communists on the issue of Solzhenitsyn. ... It was Solzhenitsyn's living
presence rather than Tvardovsky in his casket that attracted the entire Moscow
corps of foreign correspondents—photographers gave offence by standing with
their backs to the casket and firing off flashbulbs point-blank at Solzhenitsyn, who
was scribbling notes.21 Olga Carlisle recalls Kornei Chukovsky, then eighty-five,
telling her ...

Toward The Geopolitical Novel

Author: Caren Irr
Publisher: Columbia University Press
ISBN: 0231536313
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45 Advocating the “soft” power ofliterary culture over the “hard” logic of military
conquest, Jacobs anchors Peace Corps liberalism in media practice. Both
Dooling's and Jacobs' variations on the Peace Corps fugue measure American
ideals of the 1960s against the geopolitical conditions of the 1990s. In the twenty-
first century, however, the war on terror has arguably triggered a further
transformation of the genre of the thriller, as Cold War ideological oppositions are
recast along ...

Restrained Response

Author: Arne Axelsson
Publisher: Greenwood Publishing Group
ISBN: 9780313262913
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American Novels of the Cold War and Korea, 1945-1962 Arne Axelsson. sawed-
off pump shotgun and let it go. They screamed and cried and crumpled, crawling
the red wet deck with ... of the difficulties involved in winning modern wars of this
type. The Vietnam situation may also have contributed to the increasing
incidence of sadism, atrocities, and blood-and-guts drama noticeable in Marine
Corps novels written in the late sixties. Besides Gresham's War, there is William
Malliol's/l ...

Making The Corps

Author: Thomas E. Ricks
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 141654450X
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The military career of a third Marine who appears in this book came crashing to
an unhappy end. An officer at the time, he slept with the wife of an enlisted
Marine. She was separated from her husband, and he was planning to marry her
as soon as her divorce came through, which he did. Nonetheless he was pushed
out of the Corps in disgrace. I have chosen not to identify him to avoid doing him
further damage. At the other end of the spectrum stands Andrew Lee, Platoon
3086's ...

Historical Dictionary Of British Spy Fiction

Author: Alan Burton
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
ISBN: 1442255870
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As Jeremy Black comments, “both novels and films drew on current fears in order
to reduce the implausibility of the villains and their villainy, while they also
presented potent images of national character, explored the relationship between
a declining Britain and an ascendant United States, charted the course of the
Cold War, offered a changing demonology, and were an important aspect of post-
war popular culture.” An important aspect of the geopolitics of James Bond is the
agent's ...

Strategic Intelligence In The Cold War And Beyond

Author: Jefferson Adams
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1317637690
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6 After national service in the intelligence corps in Austria interrogating refugees
fleeing from Hungary and Czechoslovakia, le Carré attended Oxford and
obtained a first in modern languages in 1956. Two years teaching French ... Le
Carré's subsequent posting in Germany – two and a half years in Bonn and one
year in Hamburg – proved crucial for much of his writing, especially his
breakthrough novel, The Spy Who Came in from the Cold, in 1963. In interviews,
he stated that his ...