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Wednesday, January 2, 2008

Liberty by Stephen Coonts

Jake Grafton is back, older, wise but just as tough. Grafton is a reoccurring Coonts character. Now an admiral, he is just as ruthless and driven as in his past books. This is a post 9/11 book and deals with terrorism. Sadly the plot is entirely too believable. There is such unrest in the world that the theft of nuclear weapons and their convoluted placement is plausible. There is some romance, lots of violence, action and thought provoking scenarios. The inability of various government agencies to cooperate, even in a nation threatening crisis, seems like it could be taken out of practically any days newspaper (internet) headlines. The edgy plot made for an interesting but troubling reading experience. I recommend it.

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