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By: Andy Butfoy

Rogue Republic

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Professor Greta Kurgan has an audacious plan to make America great again by dramatically reshaping global order. She has sold the idea to the national security advisor and secretary of defense. Now they must persuade President Marriott to rubber stamp the plan before he fully realises just what’s to be unleashed.Only Kurgan’s inner circle are aware of the plan’s shocking culminating moves. A country is to be targeted in an explosive and risky experiment to demonstrate America’s supremacy.When Major David Tyndale stumbles onto Kurgan’s scheming, all he knows is that an unspecified strategic project is being hatched outside of proper channels. Then the project takes-off, triggering an international emergency which draws him deeper into the tempest. Tyndale works with a small group from the FBI and Defense Intelligence Agency, as well as a gritty journalist, to unearth the conspiracy.The affair escalates towards a global catastrophe threatening the survival of nations and the lives of millions. Scrambling to keep pace with the unfolding crisis, the Pentagon faces its greatest ever challenge.It all points to a perfect storm: constitutional crisis, strategic nightmare and humanitarian calamity. Tyndale is determined to halt the slide to disaster. But time and the surge of events are not on his side.

Andy Butfoy has been an international security analyst and university lecturer for many years. He also commentates on world affairs in the print media. He lives on twenty acres of bush in Australia, about an hour out of Melbourne.

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  • Chris Bolden

    This book is a great read! Thoroughly engrossing. The author knows so much about his subject that he makes what we hope is implausible seem frighteningly possible! You feel like you are actually in the room with the characters (many of whom are disturbingly real). I look forward to reading the next book in the series.

  • Amber McLeod

    It took me a while to get into this book, but when I did I found it gripping and couldn't put it down. The ending stayed with me for a long time - highly recommended read!

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