A Wind from Bukhara Paperback – 30 Mar 1989
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As his capital he chooses - Kraftsville, Illinois. And lives not in any palace, but the house of school principal (and man of principles) Franklin Bond, from whose viewpoint most of the story is told. Also part of the household (and the second voice)is the young boy Hunt Morgan, who both fears and adores Arslan.
This novel is both a political novel and a psychological drama, where Arslan and his moves and moods are filtered by Mr. Bond and Mr. Hunt.