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Cold Peace

Jonathon Moseley

ISBN 10: 0970444729 / ISBN 13: 9780970444721
Published by Summerwind Marketing, Inc., 2003
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Title: Cold Peace

Publisher: Summerwind Marketing, Inc.

Publication Date: 2003

Book Condition:Good

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Washington reporter Katherine Reilly launches the spy novel into the 21st Century when she finds herself framed by international intrigue. This young, rising star in journalism and toast of Embassy Row receptions find her life destroyed abruptly. She’s betrayed by the charming man in the Russian Embassy whom she thought loved her.

Beyond the fall of the Soviet Union, political intrigue has just begun. The world has lurched from a Cold War into an uncertain Cold Peace with rules unknown.

Militant Islam grows in influence, with more and more countries becoming radicalized like Iran. The Crescent Brotherhood, a new power bloc controlled by militant Jihadists, seizes ships, tanks and weapons from once-Soviet republics.

And in Moscow, once-powerful leaders of the vicious Soviet Empire still populate the halls of government, roaming Kremlin hallways. Highly-trained field operatives of the KGB remain on the loose. An army of Cold Warriors is now unemployed or badly-underpaid, available for trouble. Military firepower is now in the hands of infant Republics, untested in world diplomacy.

Amidst all the world's dangers, young Washington journalist Katherine Reilly simply wants to advance her career. She grew up overseas in embassies while her father was a diplomat. Now she reports on foreign policy and diplomats, yet also develops a dangerous romance with the Press Secretary of Russian Embassy's in Washington. She is thrilled with international assignments as an eyewitness to history including in far-flung places like Chechnya and Rostov-on-Don, where rag-tag Russians try to repel the fanatical Mujahideen. She films a daring stake-out in Latvia and flies by helicopter to a U.S. aircraft carrier to shine a spotlight on expanding Russian organized crime. But she never realized that this Russian Mafia is actually comprised of out-of-work KGB agents. And they don't appreciate her publicity spotlight. Soon they have alarming plans for the personable but ambitious Reilly. And then, in a flash, Katherine Reilly is the world's #1 most-wanted international criminal! -- on the run in the murky world of intrique and through exotic lands of the former Soviet Union. And it is the Russia Press Secretary she loved who handed her over to international spies and conspirators.

The action flies around the world from Bratislava to Riga, to Copenhagen, to a submarine beneath the Baltic Sea, to the raging war in Southern Russia against the Mujahideen Militia, to former KGB agents in Moscow who are now privatized as international crime, to the snows of the Russian wilderness, over to the Bahamas, back to Moscow, and finally to a heroine dropping in on an encore Copenhagen summit from a Russian military jet to expose the conspiracy before the world's press. When love becomes the only thing Katherine Reilly can count on, she has no choice but to succeed... to save her own life and those she cares about.

About the Author:

Jon Moseley began helping the people under Soviet captivity at High Frontier and the Center for Peace and Freedom, working to refute Kremlin propaganda and oppose the Soviet invasion of Afghanistan. The author feels the West needs to complete its Cold War victory by teaching and spreading democracy and free enterprise. He loved teaching business in Latvia and consulting on project finance and venture capital there. He is now a Virginia commercial attorney, after five years at the U.S. Department of Education. He holds a law degree from George Mason University and a finance degree from the University of Florida. He attended Eaglebrook and Deerfield Schools along with a then-young Abdullah, who is now King of Jordan.

The concept for Cold Peace was suggested by Randall Brooks -- now Phillips. In 1988, Randall performed in the Soviet Union in a musical cultural exchange named 'Peace Child,' which was broadcast on Soviet national television, challenging Soviet dogma. She then insisted that this author visit that exotic and fascinating world. She spent seven years as a national television journalist, including in the White House press corps, campaigned in politics, performed on Broadway in Annie, and is a truly gifted, magnificent singer.

Although this novel had to be adjusted after September 11, 2001, the themes and warnings of our dangerous world presented by this novel were already written years before that tragic day in September 2001. Moseley also was Christine O'Donnell's campaign manager in 2008 for her primary and her Treasurer

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