"Typhoon," an Olympic Thriller

Wednesday, August 06, 2008

In the wake of violent protests involving the Olympic torch and the murder of 16 policemen in Xinjiang province, Olympics organizers and participants fear more civic disturbances. Ironically, author Charles Cumming's new book "Typhoon" is a thriller about terrorist attacks on the eve of the Olympics, launched by citizens from Xinjiang. Is the work of fiction that far-fetched?
Guest: Charles Cumming, author of "Typhoon"

Contributors:

Jesse Baker and Jonathan Topaz

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