Политические детективы

Различные книги в жанре Политические детективы

Адъютант кукловода

Вячеслав Валерьевич Груднев

Уважаемый читатель. События описанные в этой книге могут показаться Вам очень знакомы, так как возможно многие из Вас пережили не что подобное, а возможно что и по сей день видят их вокруг себя. Многие (герои) в этом произведении могут ассоциироваться с людьми известными и выдающимися. И это Ваше право, для того и создаются художественные произведения, что бы дать волю воображению читателя. Но что бы избежать каких-либо юридических или финансовых претензий со стороны физических лиц, финансовых организаций и представителей ряда стран , а так же попыток уголовного преследования, я официально заявляю, что все события описанные в книге являются моим сном, который мне приснился во время карантина вызванного пандемией охватившей весь мир…

UTOPIA (Wisehouse Classics Edition)

Thomas More

UTOPIA (Libellus vere aureus, nec minus salutaris quam festivus, de optimo rei publicae statu deque nova insula Utopia) is a work of fiction and political philosophy by Thomas More (1478-1535) published in 1516 in Latin. The book is a frame narrative primarily depicting a fictional island society and its religious, social and political customs. The work begins with written correspondence between Thomas More and several people he had met on the continent: Peter Gilles, town clerk of Antwerp, and Hieronymus van Busleyden, counselor to Charles V. More chose these letters, which are communications between actual people, to further the plausibility of his fictional land. In the same spirit, these letters also include a specimen of the Utopian alphabet and its poetry. The letters also explain the lack of widespread travel to Utopia; during the first mention of the land, someone had coughed during announcement of the exact longitude and latitude. The first book tells of the traveller Raphael Hythlodaeus, to whom More is introduced in Antwerp, and it also explores the subject of how best to counsel a prince, a popular topic at the time. In the second part, Utopia is placed in the New World and More links Raphael's travels in with Amerigo Vespucci's real life voyages of discovery. He suggests that Raphael is one of the 24 men Vespucci, in his Four Voyages of 1507, says he left for six months at Cabo Frio, Brazil. Raphael then travels further and finds the island of Utopia, where he spends five years observing the customs of the natives. Most scholars see it as some kind of comment or criticism of contemporary European society, for the evils of More's day are laid out in Book I and in many ways apparently solved in Book II. Indeed, UTOPIA has many of the characteristics of satire, and there are many jokes and satirical asides such as how honest people are in Europe, but these are usually contrasted with the simple, uncomplicated society of the Utopians.

Into the Sun

Deni Ellis Bechard

When a car explodes in a crowded part of Kabul ten years after 9/11, a Japanese-American journalist is shocked to discover that the passengers were acquaintances—three fellow ex-pats who had formed an unlikely love triangle.Alexandra was a human rights lawyer for imprisoned Afghan women. Justin was a born-again Christian who taught at a local school. Clay was an ex-soldier who worked as a private contractor. The car’s driver, Idris, was one of Justin’s most promising pupils—and he is missing.Drawn to the secrets of these strangers, and increasingly convinced the events that led to the fatal explosion weren’t random, the journalist follows a trail that leads from Kabul to Louisiana, Maine, Québec, and Dubai. In the process, the tortured narratives of these individuals become inseparable from the larger story of America’s imperial misadventures.In this monumental novel, Deni Ellis Béchard draws an unsentimental portrait of those who flock to warzones, indelibly capturing these journalists, mercenaries, idealists, and aid workers. More importantly, Béchard vividly brings to life the city of Kabul itself, along with the people who live there: the hungry, determined, and resourceful locals who are just as willing as their occupiers to reinvent themselves to survive.

The Prodigal Renegade

Victor Fakunle

Landed at Muritala Mohammed International Airport in Lagos Nigeria after he was deported from the United States, Danny Adeyinka, a privileged military brat had been an undocumented immigrant, living a riotous life in the underworld. Arrested by the FBI and the U.S. Secret Service, Danny must rely on his faith and go on the offensive to eliminate the threats leading to the governor’s mansion in Annapolis. He must find the designated assassin before it’s too late.

В тени транспарантов

Владимир Александрович Зангиев

Это политический роман. Драматические события разворачиваются в неистовые 90-е годы, в маленьком провинциальном городке. Выходец из народа, становится мэром города и объявляет войну местной мафии, состоящей из бывших партработников. Сюжет насыщен острыми конфликтами. Герой все время идет по острию ножа в достижении свой цели. И сам ради достижения справедливости вступает в конфликт с законом.

Мои года – моё богатство

Дмитрий Титарчук

Вадим прячется в Лондонских джунглях, продолжая познавать его тёмные секреты.

The Book of Stone

Jonathan Papernick

The Book of Stone examines the evolution of the terrorist mentality and the complexities of religious extremism, as well as how easily a vulnerable mind can be exploited for dark purposes.Matthew Stone has inherited a troubling legacy: a gangster grandfather and a distant father—who is also a disgraced judge. After his father’s death, Matthew is a young man alone. He turns to his father’s beloved books for comfort, perceiving within them guidance that leads him to connect with a group of religious extremists. As Matthew immerses himself in this unfamiliar world, the FBI seeks his assistance to foil the group’s violent plot. Caught between these powerful forces, haunted by losses past and present, and desperate for redemption, Matthew charts a course of increasing peril—for himself and for everyone around him.Lyrical and incendiary, The Book of Stone is a masterfully crafted novel that reveals the ambiguities of “good” and “evil”.

Bear’s Promise

Doug Zipes

Охота на министра

Владимир Алексеевич Колганов

Основой для сюжета этого романа послужили два коррупционных скандала, которые потрясли общественность несколько лет назад. Автору пришлось многое домысливать – иначе трудно объяснить, почему один министр попал в тюрьму, а другой почти не пострадал. Оказалось, что найти истинную причину такой коллизии совсем не просто, хотя кое-какие выводы можно сделать на основе материалов, опубликованных в СМИ. Но вынесение приговора невозможно без авторской фантазии. Фамилии и имена персонажей, а также большая часть описанных событий вымышлены, совпадения случайны. Оформление обложки выполнено автором.