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Beneath the Clouds: The Struggle for Truth and Justice Can Turn Deadly

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Beneath the Clouds is a story of how people, acting collectively, can defeat tyranny. It is more than an action political thriller. This is a book about resistance to despotism. It is a call to arms.
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Published August 8th 2016 by Badak Merah Semesta
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Ronald Mackay
Jul 16, 2018 rated it it was amazing
Christopher Black Beneath the Clouds: The Struggle for Truth and Justice Can Turn Deadly.

Johnny Eiger is a hard-bitten Canadian lawyer. His work in Africa defending a general accused of crimes against humanity has made him bitter enemies. These are no run-of-the-mill adversaries – they are agents of corrupt cliques that reach dark and deep into the very heart of the North American institutions we love and trust most.

Christopher Black’s novel enjoys all the qualities of the best detective and mys
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Hannah Rush
Sep 16, 2019 rated it it was amazing
This is a fast paced story with lively dialogue and believable characters.
It is about average people trying to do the right thing at great personal risk - just because it IS the right thing.
Although their ultimate triumph is derailed in ways that will be familiar to most readers, their commitment to continue fighting the good fight resonates with us all.
Cavan Haines
Jun 20, 2020 rated it it was amazing
A great page turner read of how forces in today’s world are really at work if you try taking them on. The author ,from the life he has known ,has truly experienced such similar events so to make them seem very real . A great exciting read for those who wonder what is happening under the surface to make the history making of today’s events when protection of the official line has become the paramount task.
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