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Blackout by Richard Lawrence Nelson

Title Blackout
Author Richard Lawrence Nelson
Publisher
Release 1942
Category Blackouts in war
Total Pages 31
ISBN
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Blackout by Marcus Rafelsberger

Title Blackout
Author Marcus Rafelsberger
Publisher Random House
Release 2017-01-30
Category Computer crimes
Total Pages 448
ISBN 1784161896
Language English, Spanish, and French
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'A dazzling debut' Marcel Berlins, The Times THE TIMES THRILLER OF THE MONTH THE GLOBAL MILLION-COPY BESTSELLER PUBLISHED IN 15 LANGUAGES WORLDWIDE A 21ST-CENTURY HIGH-CONCEPT DISASTER THRILLER 'Fast, tense, thrilling - and timely: this will happen one day. Highly recommended' LEE CHILD *************************************** Tomorrow will be too late. A cold night in Milan, Piero Manzano wants to get home. Then the traffic lights fail. Manzano is thrown from his Alfa as cars pile up. And not just on this street - every light in the city is dead. Across Europe, controllers watch in disbelief as electricity grids collapse. Plunged into darkness, people are freezing. Food and water supplies dry up. The death toll soars. Former hacker and activist Manzano becomes a prime suspect. But he is also the only man capable of finding the real attackers. Can he bring down a major terrorist network before it's too late?

Blackout by H. W. Morton

Title Blackout
Author H. W. Morton
Publisher
Release 1969
Category Anarchism
Total Pages 13
ISBN
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Blackout by Marc Elsberg

Title Blackout
Author Marc Elsberg
Publisher Black Swan
Release 2017-02-02
Category
Total Pages 448
ISBN 9781784161880
Language English, Spanish, and French
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THE GLOBAL MILLION-COPY BESTSELLER PUBLISHED IN 15 LANGUAGES WORLDWIDE A 21ST-CENTURY HIGH-CONCEPT DISASTER THRILLER Tomorrow will be too late. A cold night in Milan, Piero Manzano wants to get home. Then the traffic lights fail. Manzano is thrown from his Alfa as cars pile up. And not just on this street - every light in the city is dead. Across Europe, controllers watch in disbelief as electricity grids collapse. Plunged into darkness, people are freezing. Food and water supplies dry up. The death toll soars. Former hacker and activist Manzano becomes a prime suspect. But he is also the only man capable of finding the real attackers. Can he bring down a major terrorist network Before it's too late?

Public Response to the Northeastern Power Blackout by National Opinion Research Center

Title Public Response to the Northeastern Power Blackout
Author National Opinion Research Center
Publisher
Release 1966
Category Disasters
Total Pages 107
ISBN
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Blackout by Seth Kindler

Title Blackout
Author Seth Kindler
Publisher Signet
Release 1994
Category Fiction
Total Pages 287
ISBN 9780451180858
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Jerry Cayce, a Nashville studio musician and novelist, struggles against an inner madness that causes him to act out the murderous behaviors of one of his fictional villains, and makes the world of imagination all too real. Original.

Blackout by Hubert Aquin

Title Blackout
Author Hubert Aquin
Publisher
Release 1974
Category French-Canadian fiction
Total Pages 168
ISBN
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Aquin’s second novel was somewhat different from his first, though the concept of separatism comes in, not so much as a philosophical or political idea but mainly because the two main characters were involved in separatism. It is (deliberately) something of a mishmash. It starts in 1966, six years after the Ivory Coast had obtained its independence from France and one year before de Gaulle’s vive le Québec libre speech, which is mentioned in the book. We start off with a letter written by an Ivorian pharmacist and separatist called Olympe Ghezzo-Quénum. (I do not know whether this is deliberate but it immediately reminded me of the Beninese novelist Olympe Bhêly-Quenum.) Ghezzo-Quénum lives in Grand-Bassam. His somewhat rambling letter is written to a Quebec separatist called Pierre X Magnant (we later learn that the X stands for Xavier). He takes ten pages to get to the point -- that he would like a copy of a speech made by Magnant on separatism.

Blackout Preparedness by California. Bureau of State Audits

Title Blackout Preparedness
Author California. Bureau of State Audits
Publisher
Release 2001
Category Blackouts in war
Total Pages 25
ISBN
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Blackout by Hubert P. Earle

Title Blackout
Author Hubert P. Earle
Publisher
Release 1939
Category Europe
Total Pages 290
ISBN
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Blackout by Gianluca Morozzi

Title Blackout
Author Gianluca Morozzi
Publisher Bitter Lemon Press
Release 2008-11-01
Category Fiction
Total Pages 295
ISBN 1904738990
Language English, Spanish, and French
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“A spine-tingling novel that keeps you mesmerized from beginning to end.”—InfiniteStorie “Morozzi has a light touch. He has an uncanny ability to convey mood swings, excitement and plot twists with ever increasing velocity.”—Gazzetta di Parma “A chilling and claustrophobic thriller with an unpredictable ending. Morozzi joins the best in the genre.”—LINUS Bologna in August: unbearable heat, an empty city. Claudia is a young student in a hurry to return home from her work as a waitress and get out of the skimpy uniform she hates. Tomas is a young man on his way to elope to Amsterdam with his girlfriend, Francesca. Aldo is a husband and father with an uncanny resemblance to Elvis Presley, anxious to get to an apartment filled with guilty secrets. All three have an urgent need to be somewhere else. Instead, they are trapped in an elevator in a deserted building on a holiday weekend. They are like three wasps in an upturned glass . . . and one of the trio is a serial killer. This dark, twist-packed psychological thriller in the style of Phonebooth has been adapted as a US film to be released in the fall of 2008, starring Amber Tamblyn and directed by cult Mexican auteur Rigoberto Castañeda. Gianluca Morozzi was born in Bologna in 1971, where he lives today. He is well-known as a cutting-edge satirist and music critic, often compared to Nick Hornby and Ben Elton. Blackout is his first thriller.