The Balkan Sagas of Anvil Kutlas
A Novel by Janusz Bugajski
Is Anvil Kutlas a spy or an innocuous American policy analyst whose mistaken identity sweeps him into the whirlwind of a collapsing Yugoslavia? In trying to resolve the mysterious disappearance of his colleague in Kosova, Anvil enters a world of weapons smugglers, nationalist militias, foreign agents, special operatives, megalomaniacs, sadists, and criminals. And lurking behind the political conflicts and manufactured ethnic violence that tear Yugoslavia apart are larger powers preparing to take advantage of the chaos. Anvil becomes entangled in a web of conspiracies that lead him into hair-raising adventures in every conflict zone in a disintegrating Yugoslavia. He witnesses ethnic expulsions in Croatia and Bosnia, a growing insurgency in Kosova, and political assassination in Macedonia. In seeking to free his colleague, Anvil receives help from the most unlikely sources that lead him to a secluded monastery in Montenegro. His immersion in the world of deadly politics enables him to uncover the ultimate conspiracy.
About the Author
Janusz Bugajski is a British-born Polish-American who has lived in the Washington D.C. area for a quarter of a century. Having published over a dozen serious books he is branching out into the world of fiction. While fact is sometimes stranger than fiction, fiction can often be more revealing than facts.
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Paperback: 422 pages
Publisher: CreateSpace (September 28, 2011)
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