Thirty-four East

  • Title: Thirty-four East
  • Author: Alfred Coppel
  • ISBN: 9780151899500
  • Page: 318
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Thirty four East When tragedy struck the White House it was naturally expected that the Vice President would assume the presidency But Vice President Bailey on a mission to the Middle East to sign a four power peace
    When tragedy struck the White House, it was naturally expected that the Vice President would assume the presidency But Vice President Bailey, on a mission to the Middle East to sign a four power peacekeeping treaty, had been seized by a band of Arab terrorists Had the Russians deliberately engineered this crisis in American leadership While an American force races acrosWhen tragedy struck the White House, it was naturally expected that the Vice President would assume the presidency But Vice President Bailey, on a mission to the Middle East to sign a four power peacekeeping treaty, had been seized by a band of Arab terrorists Had the Russians deliberately engineered this crisis in American leadership While an American force races across the Sinai to free the Vice President, an uneasy peace threatens to explode into nuclear war.

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    About Alfred Coppel


    1. Alfredo Jose de Arana Marini Coppel was an American author He served as a fighter pilot in the United States Army Air Forces during World War II After his discharge, he started his career as a writer He became one of the most prolific pulp authors of the 1950s and 1960s, adopting the pseudonyms Robert Cham Gilman and A.C Marin and writing for a variety of pulp magazines and later slick publishers Though writing in a variety of genres, including action thrillers, he is known for his science fiction stories which comprise both short stories and novels.


    289 Comments


    1. The main theme of this book seems just as possible today as when first written. Good reading.

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    2. Enjoying the politics, even with my own political education it was pretty cool to expand on my knowledge around the Sinai Peninsula and the Israeli – Arab conflict. Call me sentimental, but having only really learnt facts about the USSR and USA cold war it was kind of cool to have the concept of client states describe in a story format, with characters playing out the scenarios I have studiedTS what an insane concept, once again in theory freaky but if you add characters and put in a real life [...]

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    3. Thirty-Four East, Alfred Coppel, RDC-M #3-74, 1975. The title is the longitude for the Sinai Penninsula which is split by an Arab Egypt on the West and the embattled Israel on the East. A powerful, tense and politically charged novel by the author of "The Caine Mutiny" and "The Day of The Jackal". Very good.

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    4. this was a realistic novel how the third worldwar could have happened,a nice intermezzo to read,lets take another book in progress

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    5. an interesting premise of a joint USA/USSR occupation of the Sinai

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