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M-O-L-A-S-B-A. Jason Sanbourne is the only CIA agent who knows the meaning of this secret call for help. At a terrorist camp, far up the Timburong River, deep within the Sultanate of Brunei, Samadi plots his coup. Beyond the river’s headwaters, beyond the mountain peaks, Hollywood’s Carter Lance Movie Productions is filming a war-action movie. The restored WWII fighter planes are ready for their close-ups. When the director yells, “ACTION!”, the terrorists are in for a big surprise. Once again, those who would stifle freedom and install intolerant regimes are on the move. Seeking to unravel a complex, interwoven plot, the reader is taken from the marble halls of power in Washington to the battered walls of a failed state in Africa, from the grimy shores of an secretive Iranian ship yard, to the crystalline beaches of a modern Sultan’s palace, and from the back lots of Hollywood to the front lines of real-life action.
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  • By Charles Dusenbury
    Oct 15, 2009
    "New Terrorism Threats defeated by Old Technologies" Terrorism. Piracy. Islamists threatening an overthrow. Old news in these modern times. But the use of old, very old airplanes and the veteran pilots who fly them, now that's New news! It does not give away the plot to reveal the code, MOLASBA, is Absalom spelled backwards. Absalom was King David's son. He tried to incite rebellion to overthrow his father in a bid for the throne himself. The Sultan of Brunei is faced with a similar family problem. But he fears a move against his rebellious cousin's jungle fortification will reveal his own susceptibility to covetous nation neighbors. He secretly contacts a CIA friend for help. But how can the agent mount an armed intervention and keep it secret from the world? And keep it secret even from the rest of the CIA itself? A phone call to a movie studio friend who specializes in making war action movies leads to a surprising use of old fighter planes and old pilots in the... More > cockpit. The author throws in a bunch of interesting modern technologies and combines it with historical WWII men and equipment. These ingredients are mixed into an exciting and surprisingly plausible scenario. A sequel is certainly in order.< Less
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September 28, 2011
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