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Radiant Angel (A John Corey Novel) Hardcover – May 26, 2015
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A loving couple, grieving the loss of their son, finds their marriage in free fall when a beautiful, long-lost acquaintance inserts herself into their lives. Learn More
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Corey has an irreverent attitude that makes him a fun character. He holds some grudges against the CIA over a nasty incident in Yemen. He has more than a few grudges against Islamic terrorists but he's convinced that Russia continues to pose a greater security threat (an opinion that doesn't sit well with the State Department, politicians, or most of the intelligence community). Of course, following the universal law of thriller fiction, Corey is right and everyone else is wrong.
The first third of Radiant Angel, setting up the puzzle of what Petrov might be up to, is quite good. The next section, in which the focus shifts to Petrov, some Russian thugs, and a horde of hookers, is standard thriller fare. It moves quickly but the Russians are fairly dull and they're up to the same brand of mischief that has characterized Russian thriller villains for the last half century. The final third brings Corey and Tess back into the picture and the fun resumes.
Nelson DeMille kicked the rust off of a reliable formula and put it back in action, creating an unimaginative story that nevertheless conveys a sense of realism.Read more ›
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Kept me up all night! What more can I say? I Will be waiting to read John Corey's next adventure.Published 11 hours ago by F. Durrant
I really liked the John Corey series with the exception of this last book. I was left wanting.Published 1 day ago by Gem
Nelson DeMille is one of my top 3 writers, his wit, and the sarcasm of his main characters makes me laugh, and store away for my own use later.Published 2 days ago by C. Alvarado
It's the regular fare, a bit of a wider stretch to swallow, but maybe some of NYC harbor security issues had gaping holes. Read morePublished 3 days ago by Mark Robertson