Gambit on the Devil’s Chessboard

"Gambit on the Devil's Chessboard" by Dr. Imran Khan is a gripping novel that addresses deadly friction between the privileged and underprivileged, featuring a renaissance man.

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Dr. Imran Khan’s “Gambit on the Devil’s Chessboard” is a captivating novel that draws inspiration from the author’s extensive international research and business experiences. The book addresses the issue of deadly friction between the privileged and the underprivileged through the tale of a renaissance man who is contracted by a group of billionaires to revolutionize prosperity in impoverished countries.

The Plot

The protagonist has the killer instincts of a Navy SEAL and the iron will of a K2 mountaineer, and his journey puts him on a collision course with a murderous ruling class as the world teeters on the brink of systemic corruption. The novel’s explosive plot is grounded in real-life issues plaguing developing nations, and the main character’s survival despite assassination attempts could alter the global course of events.

Historical Context

Alongside the primary storyline, the book provides an enthralling account of the events that led to the rise of the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) and its role in America’s secret government. The book covers the reign of Allen Dulles, a young spymaster whose espionage skills and involvement in American diplomacy during World War II propelled him to prominence. Dulles’ anti-Communist sentiments sparked subversive rebellion in African and European states, and the book describes his involvement in the Bay of Pigs Invasion that Kennedy received criticism for. The book also delves into many decisions made during Kennedy’s administration that led to internal intransigence and insubordination within the security circles against the President.

The Author

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The author of “Gambit on the Devil’s Chessboard,” is a highly accomplished professor of medical sciences who has inherited the art of writing from his father. Dr. Imran Khan holds a Ph.D. from the prestigious Albert Einstein College of Medicine in New York. Dr. Khan’s research focus on tuberculosis has taken him across the globe, leading trials of novel TB diagnostics in many endemic countries, including Pakistan and India. Through his research, he has uncovered the devastating impact of poverty on the planet, and the grave threat it poses to global health and well-being.

“Gambit on the Devil’s Chessboard” is an engaging read with a gripping storyline and a fascinating historical context. It offers a well-represented synopsis of a spectacular epoch in American history and is highly recommended for readers interested in international politics and espionage. Overall, Dr. Khan’s expertise and experience make him a credible and insightful author, and his novel promises to be a fascinating read for anyone interested in international politics, espionage, and the impact of poverty on the planet.

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