The following account is fictional in the sense that it’s written from an in-character perspective, and that the dates and events leading up to the event itself have been altered to reflect the world of Operation: East Wind. 2,117 more words
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Professor Michel Chossudovsky is the author of many important books. His latest is The Globalization of War: America’s Long War Against Humanity. Chossudovsky shows that Washington has globalized war while the US president is presented as a global peace-maker, complete with the Nobel Peace Prize. 84 more words
Early on Feb. 15, 1946, David Shugar was awakened by a pounding on the door.
A posse of burly RCMP officers, reeking of liquor, unceremoniously bundled him into the back of a car and whisked him to a secret detention centre in Ottawa, where he would be interrogated for four weeks on suspicion of spying for the Soviet Union. 3,006 more words
Welcome to the first of the nominated books in this series. M.C.V Egan has selected The Bone Church by Victoria Dougherty, and judging by the many five star reviews of the book on various book sites, it is a book to add to your TBR list. 948 more words