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By Jack Du Brul

Russian mastermind Ivan Kerikov is being paid thousands through a rogue Arab oil minister who's plotting a coup in his personal state and, being in determined want of international source of revenue, desires to strength the U.S. from household to overseas assets of oil. Ivan's activity is to sabotage the Alsaka pipeline.

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Please purchase only authorized electronic editions, and do not participate in or encourage electronic piracy of copyrighted materials. Your support of the author’s rights is appreciated. com This one’s for my father and brother and our monthlong Alaska crusade to hit every gin joint between Ketchikan and Point Barrow. ACKNOWLEDGMENTS With every book, the list of those people I need to thank grows and grows. First and foremost is Debbie Saunders for putting up with my telling her, “Not tonight, honey, I have to write,” way too many times.

The hardest hit, Petromax, started legal proceedings against several groups, including Greenpeace, for organizing the protests. Greenpeace welcomed the media attention a pending trial would generate. They wanted to send their ship, the Rainbow Warrior III, into Prince William Sound as an act of defiance, but she was stationed in the South Pacific to protest the latest round of French nuclear tests. What had started as a chance to finally cure many of America’s problems turned into a pitched battle that was dividing the nation as nothing had since Vietnam.

Then, they quietly made it known within the beltway that prices would continue to rise if certain concessions weren’t made. The President was realistic enough to know that the oil giants could spiral the global economy into a slide that would make the Great Depression seem like a boom time. By pulling in every political favor he had acquired during his terms in the House and Senate and making promises that would take the rest of his term to honor, the President pressured Congress to open up the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge for oil exploration.

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