Bernard Setaro Clark
The sequel to the bestselling, Pulitzer Prize winning Advise and Consent, by Allen Drury.
Allen Drury, the master of 20th Century political fiction. A Shade of Difference is ...
Allen Drury, the master of 20th Century political fiction. A Shade of Difference is a novel focusing on the United Nations and racial tension capable of sparking a worldwide powder keg.
Tensions rise on an international level as ambassadors and politicians scheme, using a small African nation’s independence as the focal point of their hidden agendas. A cascade of events begins in the General Assembly Hall of the United Nations that could weaken the United States, lead to the loss of the Panama Canal, and a possible civil war.
Allen Drury paints a vivid, laser accurate portrait of Washington and of international politics, from top-secret conferences to elite parties, club rooms, and the private offices of the government’s key players.
Like it’s prequel, A Shade of Difference, is as relevant today as when it was first published.
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