SUNGATE REBELLION Why had so many elected presidents of Peru and Bolivia been overthrown by military coups? Stokes Randolph thinks he knows a and believes he knows how to prevent it from happening again. Since the explosion that killed the top drug dealers in Peru, whom he had gathered together at a party expecting the government to arrest them, Randolph has been living quietly in Chile under an assumed name. Meanwhile, an ambitious general has seized control of the government of Peru, and the general who declared himself president of Bolivia has become another drug-dealing tyrant. Watching those old problems arise yet again, and disappointed by the random operations of a Peruvian guerrilla movement led by the charismatic failed priest who calls himself Camilo II, who happens to be his brother-in-law, Randolph has become impatient with his forced retirement from the world of affairs. When the gravely wounded Camilo II is delivered secretly to his Chilean hacienda, Randolph sees an opportunity to correct the mistakes of past revolutionary movements a and finish the job begun in Peru to destroy the drug trade. With his old CIA friends Ray Hutchinson and Clothilde Brennan, Randolph and Camilo II devise a plan to create the right rebellion, one that will lead to the second coming of Tawantinsuyu, the pre-Columbian Kingdom of the Sun. Sungate Rebellion is the sequel to Russell Marksas previous novel, Nematodes, available from Xlibris, Amazon.com, and Barnes and Noble.An access road ran inside the military installation fence, separating it from the long repair shed by about thirty meters. Jeep patrols made rounds every fifteen minutes. The repair sheda#39;s wall ended a meter below the roof line, ventilating the anbsp;...
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