One Apache against the international power brokersYou may have heard of the Bilderberg Group, the Trilateral Commission and the Council on Foreign Relations. Likely though, you've never heard of the Hamilton Club.
Since 1880 the world's richest men have been conspiring to "help" the human race. So far the cost of their meddling has included two World Wars, the Red Revolution and the African Debacle. But what of that? The profit will justify the cost of doing business on the way to their version of Utopia.
But now it's the year 2026 and space travel is getting harder and harder to repress. Soon, if a certain Apache space industrialist has his way, the Human Race will be out amongst the stars in force - and out of control. So even if it takes a nuclear strike to do it, Jason Roanhorse has to die.
This revised and updated novel by veteran science fiction author, John Dalmas, and award-winning essayist, Carl Martin, proves to be a tour de force of international power brokers and intrigue. This work establishes Jason Roanhorse as one of those memorable characters that define not only a work, but a genre as well.
And don't miss the sequel,Touch the Stars: Diaspora by Carl Martin.
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Used availability for John Dalmas's Touch the Stars
August 1983 : USA Paperback
June 2012 : USA, Canada, UK Kindle edition