It's not every day a science-fiction author is hired to write a presidential biography. But in 1997 I was asked to write one about the President of Croatia, the controversial and authoritarian Franjo Tudjman. I am not an historian. At the time I had only one published book to my name, "The Official Alien Abductee's Handbook," a humorous self-help look at alien abductions. So why me?
That was the question I posed to the man offering me the job. Jakov Sedlar was Croatia's ...
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