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  • Paperback: 109 pages
  • Publisher: PublishAmerica (17 Nov. 2003)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1413708692
  • ISBN-13: 978-1413708691
  • Product Dimensions: 15.7 x 0.8 x 20.4 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (11 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 7,741,071 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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John Reinhard Dizon was born and raised in the Cobble Hill section of Brooklyn, NY. He participated in local and high school sports at Bishop Loughlin MHS, excelling in wrestling, hockey and football. He was a key figure on the Brooklyn rock scene during the Punk Revolution of the 70's. Relocating to San Antonio TX in the 80's, he wrestled professionally before successfully pursued a BA at UTSA and degrees in Korean martial arts during the 90's. He currently lives in KC MO where he is studying for his MA in English at UMKC. Mr. Dizon has been writing suspense and thriller works for over twenty-five years. --This text refers to an alternate Paperback edition.

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TIARA is thrilling! It has something for everyone: crime, romance, violence, emotion, drama... It tells a riveting tale of the struggles in the UK, primarily focusing on a story-line centered around the conflicts with the IRA and UDA in Ireland. It paints a realistic picture of the human issues beyond the mafia-style infrastructure of the controlling crime syndicates.

Princess Jennifer is a delightful character! She made me envision a combination of Catherine The Great, Princess Diana, & Duchess Kate. She is charming and believable! Her attempts to forge peace between the power factions leads to her kidnapping, which is a catalyst to a fascinating series of events that leads you on a journey that's action packed!

I totally saw the story play out vividly in my mind! I could easily see this novel being adapted for film, with Berlin Mansfield being played by Liam Neeson and Jon Stevens being portrayed by Daniel Craig! You need action stars for such a power-packed tale!

TIARA is a great book! It surprised me and entertained me. It's a wonderfully modern historical fiction piece that makes a strong statement about politics and humanity while thrilling the reader from start to finish!
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By BCW on 8 Sept. 2014
Format: Paperback
Wow, what a rollercoaster! I started Tiara intrigued as to where it would lead and who I'd meet within its pages. I was taken on a journey I hadn't expected and was sad to leave some of the characters behind when the journey ended. I devoured the pages, hungrily searching out news of the characters' fates. I was interested, warmed, shocked, pleased, saddened, surprised and left needing more news of the two main characters; Princess Jennifer and Berlin Mansfield.

The story, in just two sentences to avoid any spoilers, is of Princess Jennifer; intelligent, beautiful and devoted to mending relations with Ireland. Her kidnap lights a fire under a number of people and there are many parties, political and otherwise, involved in the aftermath of her violent abduction.

John Reinhard Dizon expertly weaves in new characters (along with history and stories) whilst still keeping your focus firmly on Jennifer as you ponder how these people will affect her plight. Places, plots and people are subtly pulled in adding depth, variety and interest.

I thoroughly enjoyed Tiara, feeling almost breathless at the end! I look forward to leaping in to more of John Reinhard Dizon's work.
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John Reinhard Dizon has superbly created a work of fiction that i believe would have been impossible from a British author, in that he has created a modern blend of romance and political intrigue based on a wholly ficticious member of the British Royal Family, the well-created Jennifer, Princess of Edinburgh. I think a British author would have struggled to create such a character, steeped as we are in the reality and traditios of our nation's real Royal Family. Here, the author has brought together a forbidden romance, conducted against a background of peace talks between the government and the IRA. His arch terrorist, Berlin Mansfield is brilliantly portrayed and is wholly believable. It would be too easy to give away the plot of this immensely enjoyable book in a review and I have been careful not to do so whilst at the same time attempting in a few words to convey the fact that 'Tiara' is a great read, call it a modern fairy tale, almost, with an ending worthy of the rest of the book, and one that will leave you wanting more. Well done, Mr Dizon, this is a gem of a book.
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By ChristophFischerBooks TOP 500 REVIEWER on 7 Jun. 2014
Format: Paperback
"Tiara" by John Reinhard Dizon is a gripping political thriller set in more recent parts of British history. Starting with a great premise it chronicles the life of Princess Jennifer, a widowed Royal who gets involved in the solution to the Irish Terrorist Conflict.
I have moved to the UK just around the time of the setting and remember the stories and people that the book seems to be based on very well, which probably helped to find myself so impressed with the authentic feel and accuracy of the historic details.
The action events of the story are well written and keep a nice level of suspense and intrigue throughout. The Good Friday agreement and IRA terrorism are still fresh in my memory and of course terrorism is still a global problem, which made this a very powerful read to this reader.
Of course the book is fiction and as such a fast paced and thrilling action read, but it seems in parts inspired by Lady Di and it did make me wonder how much good that woman could have done had she survived.
Very recommendable.
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Format: Kindle Edition
This is a captivating novel set in the political backdrop of the IRA peace talks. In particular I enjoyed the way the book exploded into the plot and storyline with great introductory chapters that made it hard to put this book down. The fact that it is based in a time period and events which have been high profile added to the visual imagery created by John Dizon. The sense of anticipation, terror, passion and heartache was gripping. The creatively written characters, and well paced story development, enhance the plot twists. It is well written an enjoyable and informative read with a great conclusion which is tidied up nicely. I would recommend this book to anyone who enjoys authors in the ilk of Robert Ludlum.
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