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84,000 word novel. The Black Opera is an epic thriller that answers these questions:

How do you get free nuclear weapons on the Internet?

Who was the man behind both Kennedy assassinations? And why is he the most dangerous man in the world today?

Where were the weapons of mass destruction and who got to them first?

What really happened at Chappaquiddick and what was the rea...more
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Published September 13th 2011 by Raymond Embrack
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Pearce Hansen
Raymond Embrack is that rarity, an author who delivers both scathing satire, and a compelling story that stands on its own legs. His observations and asides have real bite, but always with a good sense of fun, and always putting the narrative first.

I first became a fan when I read Raymond's 'Peter Surf' series -- if you haven't picked them up yet, you need to get on it. What REALLY gets you when you read an Embrack, is his style. 'Cool' is not an adjective to Raymond -- its a way of life. Think...more
Nancy
The Black Opera is anything but boring! It keeps you hopping from one decade back to another to Tomorrow and today and most places in between. It tells us who really killed Kennedy (both John and Bobby) and how you can get a free suitcase with a nuke in it; among other things. It explains Chappaquiddick and all things political that you’ve ever wondered about if you grew up in that time period. And we all did.
There are plots afoot and American Thunder is point on most of them. Led by a man name...more
Andrew
I wasn't sure what to expect when I started reading the "The Black Opera" and it took me a while to get into the story, but it turned out to be pretty good.

Raymond Embrack has written an alternative history following some of the events and people from the 60's, 70's and beyond - some real, some fictional. Did you ever want to know who was really responsible for the assassinations of JFK and for that matter RFK? What other plots of that period that you have ever wondered about?

The "The Black Oper...more
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