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Intrigue in Aruba John Jellinek

Intrigue in Aruba

John Jellinek

Published September 29th 2008
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Kindle Edition
169 pages
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In this ever-changing world, the author has explored the making of an ambitious, tragic-like, modern Hamlet figure in Erik Van Heusen. Beset with outdoing his father, a world-renowned chocolatier, the path taken leads to criminality in the coffeeMoreIn this ever-changing world, the author has explored the making of an ambitious, tragic-like, modern Hamlet figure in Erik Van Heusen. Beset with outdoing his father, a world-renowned chocolatier, the path taken leads to criminality in the coffee business. Located in peaceful Aruba, he leads a normal family life. His brilliant wife, Theresa, has the disturbing affliction of psychomotor epilepsy, which creates many emotional problems for both of them. Under this stress, Erik devises a master plot to corner the world coffee market for himself and his cohorts. The action in this book takes place in the early ’70s when the world saw a first food crisis in sugar. Though it was caused by weather conditions, in many ways it foretold the present makings of a world food shortage, due now to global warming and an oil price fiasco.