Sinocide: A Fictional Account of the Breakup of China
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Genre: Fiction
Publisher: Dudley Court Press
Publication Year: 2011
Length: 258 pages
ASIN: B009OLK3UI
ISBN: 9780981929163

In this political thriller set in China, the Tiananmen Square massacre of 1989 incites several provinces of China to break away and form a new republic.

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About the Book

Five years after the Tiananmen Square Massacre, will hard-line Communist leaders again suppress dissent or will the demands for democracy and freedom prevail? This fast-moving political thriller takes you into the deepest realms of Chinese political maneuvering, covert activities and surprising political alliances. Chinese students, workers and leaders, eager for
greater personal and economic liberty, risk their lives to confront the oppression of the Chinese Communist Party and with the aid of CIA operative, Geoff Martine, gain the support of the British and US governments in their quest to establish a breakaway nation of the United Provinces of Cathay.

About the Author
Fredrick Fisher

Frederick Fisher first began writing when he was a young apprentice
seaman in the U.S. Navy. His published books include China
Adventures, Love and Marriage, Serendipity, Confucius Jade and
Sinocide and two books in his Singapore Stories series: Betrayal of
Innocence: Samantha’s Story and Three Lives of Eve. He has also
written numerous articles for various magazines and newspapers over
his long career.
A Certified Gemologist and Registered Jeweler with the American
Gem Society for many years, Fred and his late wife, Eileen, shared a
passion for travel and “treasure-hunting” fine jewelry, oriental art and
antiques. Until a few years ago, Fred and Eileen spent six months
each year in Southeast Asia.
Fred lives in Sonoita, Arizona and still travels whenever he can.
Meet Fred at www.FrederickFisher.com for more stories. His books
are available through DudleyCourtPress.com and at Amazon.com.

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