Jakarta by Kerry B. Collison

Indonesia builds nuclear reactors amidsst deep corruption


Indonesia post-Soeharto:
The new military government hits overdrive with ambitious plans to construct state of the art nuclear power stations in Java and Bali. But will it stop there, or will Indonesia's burgeoning nuclear potential expose the unstable region to a terrifying arms race? How will the powerful Lim family gain from the installation of the nuclear reactors, and what is the mysterious Bartlett's treacherous game?
When events spin out of control, only Michael Bradshaw can prevent global disaster.
In Jakarta, which completes his popular Indonesia trilogy, Kerry Collison takes us into a dangerous and corrupt world of high finance and global politics.

Genre: FICTION / Alternative History

Secondary Genre: FICTION / Action & Adventure

Language: English

Keywords: jakarta, corruption, nuclear power, meltdown, bali

Word Count: 120,000

Sales info:

three print runs worldwide sales 35,000

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