The Timor Man

The Timor Man

Book - 1998
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Canberra bomb toll 'horrific' - Amongst those believed killed were the Indonesian Ambassador to Australia, the Indonesian Chief of Army Staff, the Indonesian Minister for Foreign Affairs and... Tension between Australia and Indonesia, the world's largest Moslem nation, brings the two countries to the brink of war. East Timor's sovereignty and rich oil fields shared by the two neighbouring countries become key elements in one man's ambitions. General Nathan Seda, a powerful Indonesian Officer, has a dangerous plan in which he enmeshes Stephen Coleman, a career Intelligence Officer with the Australian Embassy in Jakarta. 'The Timor Man', an absorbing thriller, provides a controversial perspective on events in Indonesia from the abortive coup d'etat of 1965 to the present day.
Publisher: Hartwell, Vic. : Sid Harta, 1998.
Edition: Rev. ed.
ISBN: 9781877059360
1877059366
Characteristics: 598 p. : ill., maps, ports. ; 19 cm.

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