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The Hammarskjold Killing by William Higham
  

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The Hammarskjold Killing by William Higham

Louis Montagne, a high-profile identity in Europe's financial world, and a covert sponsor of the recent European-American Protocol against Terrorism, hears that a civilian EAPaT techno worker in Sri Lanka, Srian Davis, has evidence to link him with the 45-year-old mystery plane crash in Africa that killed U.N. Secretary-General Dag Hammarskjold, a man known for his commitment to peace, a love of poetry, and a mystical muse. Montagne's orders: 'Stop her at all costs'. Trusting no one, not even the anti-terror forces she worked with, Srian's best defense proves to be something she has in common with the late Dag, a mystical trick of her own up her sleeve. That, and two unexpected allies in Zimbabwe, a couple of 'bush monkeys' - Nick Thorn and Kapessa Nyogwe

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Publication date

7th November 2007

Author

William Higham

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Publisher

Lulu.com

Format

Paperback
408 pages

Categories

Modern & contemporary fiction (post c 1945)

ISBN

9781430325987

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