Editor | May 27, 2015
In recent years, cold war novels have been period pieces, harkening back to the post WW II era — through the late eighties when the Berlin Wall came down. Our old adversaries, the Russians, were now our friends. Well, not so fast. Nelson DeMille, who was years before his time in writing of the strife in Yemen, now feels that our biggest threat may come from the former Soviet Union, and the war may not be so cold. In this taut thriller, he brings back the politically incorrect John Corey, a loveable rogue who does things his way. DeMille is at the top of his game with Radiant Angel, his most compact and fast moving novel to date.
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