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The Jakarta Plot

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The heads of state of the world's most powerful nations meet in Jakarta to issue a joint declaration to the Chinese government--that China must stop its nuclear testing or face the strictest sanctions of the World Economic Council--but a powerful group of Communist terrorists has other ideas.
Paperback, 384 pages
Published October 1st 2006 by Leisure Books (first published 2002)
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Jim McCulloch
The story premise is shaky from the start with a UN delegation including the US Vice President being kidnapped in Indonesia. The US response is much more muted than is likely in the scenario, but it is what it is. Accepting the storyline setup, the concept is relatively interesting and thought provoking.

The dialog is somewhat stilted, verbose, inconsistent, and too cliché-riddled for the characters being portrayed. It also contains an overabundance of unexplained military acronyms which struck
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