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5.0 out of 5 stars
Invasion, 24 Jan. 2007
Wow, what a great first novel from D.C. Alden.
Heaven (and Allah) forbid his gripping story ever comes true!
Over 600 pages of pure suspense take us around the globe in trans-continental jumps that read like the best of Forsyth, Grisham and McNabb.
General Mousa is admirably described as the loyal soldier and confidante of the Ayatollah.
I enjoyed the careful protection of Harry Beecham and the surprising method of evacuating the US Ambassador.
I took a shine to Kirsty and prayed for her survival!
This is a great plot that should have readers and Europe at large, on their toes, and keep them there.