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  • 1989: Tiananmen Square to East Berlin
  • 1989: Tiananmen Square to East Berlin

1989: Tiananmen Square to East Berlin


In spring 1989, the Cold War is raging.

In Beijing, thousands of protesters lay dead in Tiananmen Square. In Moscow, Mikhail Gorbachev is shocked at the hard liners in his own government who admire the Chinese for cracking down. In East Germany, people are voting with their feet, going on vacation through Hungary and on to Austria and not coming back.

In Washington, FBI Special Agent Jaqueline Nogales, Latina extraordinaire, gets her assignment: make contact with leaders of the anti-communist movement in Eastern Europe and tear down the Berlin Wall.


Jack Godwin, PhD is the author of three previous non-fiction books, The Arrow and the Olive Branch: Practical Idealism in U.S. Foreign Policy, The Office Politics Handbook: Winning the Game of Power and Politics at Work, and Clintonomics: How Bill Clinton Reengineered the Reagan Revolution, which former Defense Secretary Leon Panetta called “a must read.”

Jack Godwin is a former Peace Corps volunteer and a five-time Fulbright scholar. He has degrees from the University of Hawaii, San Francisco State University, and the University of California, Berkeley. He currently serves as a Director at the National Defense University in Washington, D.C.

In 1989 Tiananmen Square to East Berlin, Jack Godwin draws on his political insight and his experiences living and working in Europe at the time of these events to entertain readers and tell the story of a shrewd and sexy spy at an exciting time in world history.


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