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Location: The Hague, home of the International Criminal Court. Just north of the city a private plane crashes in a dense North Sea fog. The sole passenger, though badly injured, survives. His calling card identifies him, but it shows only his name and an acronym: P.E.A.C.E. That same week a secret diplomatic initiative is launched in The Hague. Its objective is to identify far-reaching, new international initiatives to advance global peace. In Adrian de Hoog's new thriller, forces pushing for a more enlightened world order are pitted against ones that profit from armed conflict. Natalia's Peace is a fast-paced novel that also deftly examines the role of culture, beliefs and collective memories in today's wars, and what the international community could do to end the senseless killing. With rich characterizations and a fine sense of irony, de Hoog has created another satisfying and thought-provoking read.

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