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The American Deluge Uri Norwich

The American Deluge

Uri Norwich

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There are no coincidences! There are no twists of fate! And there are no things that just happen.A new occupant has moved into the White House. Just yesterday, right after the inauguration, and before all the craziness of the celebrations hasMoreThere are no coincidences! There are no twists of fate! And there are no things that just happen.A new occupant has moved into the White House. Just yesterday, right after the inauguration, and before all the craziness of the celebrations has started, he sneaked his way into the Oval Office. There, he sat behind the presidential desk and tried to feel himself at home. Just as he started to get comfortable, the front door opened and his predecessor walked in unannounced. The visit was short. Already on the way out, he pointed to one of the phones on the desk. With his southern-raw, but friendly humor, he warned his successor that he wouldnt want to hear that one ringing. Ever...A few years before the new president was born, another man had been offered two lives to live. His choice would change the lives of every man, woman and child on our planet. Many famous murders had been left behind in the wake of his ascension. He had left in ruins large fortunes and economies. He could have the winning numbers of any lottery, but he had chosen to play Wall Street, the most lucrative of them all. Perhaps, it was his reward for surviving hell a few years before, and coming back unscathed. He also happened to be in town. And less than a mile away from the Oval Office.Millions of Americans woke up on January 20, 2009 thinking they knew where they lived and who was in power in their country. They shouldve thought twice!This international mystery will reveal who controls whom. Who pulls the strings. There will be no good guys in this story. There will be no happy ending, but hope we all survive in the end. The phone rang that night...