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The Trojan Horse Conspiracy: The Infiltration and Destruction of American Democracy Paperback – July 19, 2012
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A new gifted writer, Dick Nelson, with remarkable insight into the recent historical events in America has delivered a very entertaining novel to the reading public's hands. The Trojan Horse Conspiracy: The infiltration and destruction of American Democracy, makes the reader wonder how Nelson came onto the secret details and facts that are, so he writes, embedded in the events of our history for the past half century.
Dick Nelson is a former Navy fighter pilot, airline pilot, attorney, and business man that as a Naval Academy graduate has broad knowledge of all things military, law enforcement, international terror, and home grown nefarious political plots that most of the public has some knowledge about. And this is a work of fiction, a detail easily forgotten, as you are caught up with the fast paced news story writing style loaded with facts, details, actual addresses of terrorist boat docks, safe houses, and names.
The story involves the Russians and the Chinese and their actions to implement a far reaching plan to plant someone on the political path to the White House to destroy democracy and freedom in America. How could this plan possibly work? Could there really be sufficient willing "fellow travelers" and communist agents in America to support such a plan over the years it would take to develop into reality. The parallels to today's commonly known facts remove any disbelief of the reader that this plan is plausible, workable, and perhaps inevitable.
The book's flow of facts and action are very well paced and keeps one turning the pages into the night. There is neither slow down in reader interest nor flat writing in the middle of the book often seen in many Techno-Thrillers.Read more ›
During the first half of the book, at times I found some of the time chronology a bit difficult, and thought it could have been a bit clearer with when certain things were happening. The story covers quite a time span in those chapters. It is obvious to determine who one central character was based on, and I'll say right up front, if you are a strong democrat you might not like this book. So, if you don't, please don't hate the review because I did, I warned you. While I think anyone who enjoys a good action adventure tale could enjoy this book, I believe some of the political aspects in the story may alienate some democrats and those that lean toward liberal beliefs. Republicans and conservatives are more apt to enjoy the political descriptions and action told in this tale.
The main character, Brad Tilsdale and his partner, Jeff Billings, are characters I enjoyed, and wouldn't mind reading about again. They found themselves in the middle of a plot to bring down American Democracy, and their commitment to find those that infiltrated the highest levels of the U.S. Government was fun to read about. I do hope Nelson writes about them again. It was also interesting to think about the possibilities that Nelson presented in this novel. Many will say, no way. Others might already be saying it is happening.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Am a huge fan of spy novels and this did not disappoint at all. Fast paced, great characters and loved the plot twists. Very entertaining.
Fiction but ......... Read more
This is a fast-paced adventure that kept me up at night. Nelson was full of surprises as Brad Tilsdale, agent extraordinaire, goes after nefarious individuals bent of the... Read morePublished on June 6, 2014 by ROBERT M HINCKLEY
Great, fast paced and realistic. Lots of excitement mixed with current political environment. The author knew what he was talking about and wove the plot into an amazing tale. Read morePublished on November 3, 2013 by stevesandiego
Easy and exciting read especially for those who enjoy a blend of politics, military and clandestine operations in a real-world context that leaves the reader regularly attempting... Read morePublished on January 9, 2013 by G. Jackson
I normally have limited time to read outside of the business world, but once I picked this book up I could not put it down. Read morePublished on December 5, 2012 by Dave Leather
Realistic fiction in a sad way, but real in many, many, ways. So called investigative reporters should be a must read.Published on November 28, 2012 by Amazon Customer
The other 5 star reviews say it all: it is simply a great read. This book brings you into a world you will recognize, with characters resembling real life political figures and... Read morePublished on November 8, 2012 by workerbee
When I received the Trojan Conspiracy, I thought I was going to read a novel. But throughout the book real life events were sprinkled in. Read morePublished on November 2, 2012 by gschmoll3
Having read Dick Nelson's first book, "The Contrails Chronicles", which was autobiographical, I was anxious to read his first work of fiction. As a fellow graduate of the U.S. Read morePublished on November 1, 2012 by jdeusna