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Persona Non Grata: End of the Great Game: A Mark Jamison Mystery

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The Vatican and Kremlin are at the center of espionage and intrigue when they turn to Mark Jamison and a mysterious chess master to locate lost Byzantine treasures that could hold the key to world unity and peace. The end of the Cold War was only a resumption of the old Great Game, now more devastating than ever for the pawns on the chessboard of competing Middle East and ...more
Kindle Edition, 180 pages
Published February 13th 2015 by Dog Ear Publishing (first published February 9th 2015)
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Joseph Warren
May 08, 2015 rated it it was amazing
A Novel Novel: Persona Non Grata - End of the Great Game
A novel by Avery Mann (Bruce Janigian), 2015 Paperback

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Diane Minasian
May 08, 2015 rated it it was amazing
Avery Mann does an amazing job of telling a compelling story while unraveling the complexities of the Middle East, Europe and Central Asia through religion, politics, and the greed of natural resources. His insights, knowledge, and personal experiences of the many locations he visits and the characters in the book, - including the Pope and Vladimir Putin, make this a fun history lesson. It's also a real eye-opener of Armenia’s role in world history and the Great Game. A must read.
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"The British were in the forefront along with Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Israel, France, and America in stirring up the 'Day of Rage,' which clearly didn't proceed as intended. My sources confirm that the operation was run out of London. The British tried to get Assad to agree to a pipeline that would run Qatar's and the Saudi's natural gas through Syria and then into the Turkish pipeline to move the gas on to Europe, but Assad didn't want to cut Russia out of the picture. Instead, it agreed to anothe ...more
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