Random Sacrifice

By MK Alexander

Thriller | Paperback, eBook

A highly original espionage thriller about Libya, its infamous dictator, "The Colonel" and strange events that take place in the summer of 1981. It was a time before personal computers, the internet and cell phones. Life was not easy, nor was the spy business! The story unfolds as Ronald Reagan was recovering from an assassination attempt, MTV initially aired, and IBM introduced its first, rather primitive PC to market. That summer, US air-traffic controllers went on strike; the American Sixth Fleet cruised off Libyan shores and Prince Charles and Lady Di were on their honeymoon... This novel is for the thinking person; a kind of who-done-what that will leave the reader guessing till the very last chapter.

MK Alexander has been writing fiction for more than 20 years. He is a long-time reporter and editor for various newspapers, and worked for The New York Times for over ten years. Winner of the BBC Short Story Award. Recent published titles include seven novels, three novellas, a biography, and a short story compilation.




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