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If you are ready for an exciting adventure spanning the beautiful Adriatic coast all the way to the high deserts of Arizona and its former capital of Prescott, with short stops in Chicago, San Jose, Phoenix, New York, Paris, and London, as well as the exotic Monge forest near the African village of Nyagasasa in Burundi - this book will take you there. During the journey you will discover that reality is almost never as it first appears, and you will find possible answers to many intriguing questions, such as what really happened to the legendary American orchestra leader Glenn Miller; which scientist was madly in love with a white pigeon, and why; how the size of your nostril might save your life; who created music so sad it drove some sensitive listeners to depression, even suicide; and why did the U.S. government knowingly turn a blind eye on a spy network which a foreign communist country had established throughout America. You will be amused and amazed reading the answers to these and more, only to realize that each disclosure naturally generates additional enigmas, with the ultimate one questioning the character of reality itself.

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The author was born and raised in the Croatian capital of Zagreb, which was then communist Yugoslavia. While freelancing, he wrote and published the novel 'Us, Pantagana,' a book of short stories 'Mother Dog and Other Relatives,' and three books of poems, 'Sandwich for Gentlemen,' Legends of Strange Life,' and 'Winter Strawberries,' all in Croatian. Before writing his first novel in English, 'Inside the Horse,' the author worked in the United States as a busboy, salesman, banker, and zoo director. He is now a freelance writer again and, with his wife and two dogs, now lives in mile-high Prescott, the territorial seat and first capital of Arizona.

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