The Delaware Venture: a fiction novel

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The year is 1992 and Delaware's tumultuous gubernatorial debate is interrupted by an inspiring speech from a humble citizen named Karl Bontrager. After the speech, the consequences for Karl are severe: he is immediately fired from his job and becomes the target of media frenzy. Even though the news media is responsible for fueling a riot in his neighborhood, some political chicanery lands an innocent Karl in jail for creating a public disturbance.

But Karl’s inspirational speech has awakened the public. Concerned citizens, neighbors, Karl's granddaughter and some of her college classmates converge on the jail and demand Karl’s release. Just as the governor issues an executive order to release him, the startled jailer tells the crowd that Karl is not there.

The situation that ensues in Delaware has far more international and political consequences than anyone had imagined. A world away, the Soviet Union has become a struggling Commonwealth of Independent States. Faced with his own dilemma, the director of a former Soviet research facility is confronted by the prospect of losing many of his nuclear technicians to a wealthy dictatorship.

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Richard Mark Ebert is a veteran of the U.S. Naval Submarine Service. He holds an AAS in Electronic Engineering Technology and his background as a training analyst for a major defense contractor includes the development and presentation of training lectures on systems used aboard U.S. Navy vessels and by Navy SEAL teams.

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Descripción iUniverse, United States, 2006. Hardback. Estado de conservación: New. 229 x 157 mm. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****. The year is 1992 and Delaware s tumultuous gubernatorial debate is interrupted by an inspiring speech from a humble citizen named Karl Bontrager. After the speech, the consequences for Karl are severe: he is immediately fired from his job and becomes the target of media frenzy. Even though the news media is responsible for fueling a riot in his neighborhood, some political chicanery lands an innocent Karl in jail for creating a public disturbance. But Karl s inspirational speech has awakened the public. Concerned citizens, neighbors, Karl s granddaughter and some of her college classmates converge on the jail and demand Karl s release. Just as the governor issues an executive order to release him, the startled jailer tells the crowd that Karl is not there. The situation that ensues in Delaware has far more international and political consequences than anyone had imagined. A world away, the Soviet Union has become a struggling Commonwealth of Independent States. Faced with his own dilemma, the director of a former Soviet research facility is confronted by the prospect of losing many of his nuclear technicians to a wealthy dictatorship. Nº de ref. de la librería APC9780595676217

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Descripción iUniverse, United States, 2006. Hardback. Estado de conservación: New. 229 x 157 mm. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****.The year is 1992 and Delaware s tumultuous gubernatorial debate is interrupted by an inspiring speech from a humble citizen named Karl Bontrager. After the speech, the consequences for Karl are severe: he is immediately fired from his job and becomes the target of media frenzy. Even though the news media is responsible for fueling a riot in his neighborhood, some political chicanery lands an innocent Karl in jail for creating a public disturbance. But Karl s inspirational speech has awakened the public. Concerned citizens, neighbors, Karl s granddaughter and some of her college classmates converge on the jail and demand Karl s release. Just as the governor issues an executive order to release him, the startled jailer tells the crowd that Karl is not there. The situation that ensues in Delaware has far more international and political consequences than anyone had imagined. A world away, the Soviet Union has become a struggling Commonwealth of Independent States. Faced with his own dilemma, the director of a former Soviet research facility is confronted by the prospect of losing many of his nuclear technicians to a wealthy dictatorship. Nº de ref. de la librería APC9780595676217

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