The Tenth Circle: A Blaine McCracken Novel

Jon Land. Open Road (www.openroadmedia.com), $16.99 trade paper (536p) ISBN 978-1-4804-1479-2
Readers will have no trouble telling the good guys from the bad guys in Land’s gung-ho 13th Blaine McCracken novel (after 2012’s Pandora’s Temple). McCracken, the operative who gets the call “when the SEALs or Delta have already passed on the mission,” single-handedly penetrates and destroys a massive underground nuclear facility in Iran, but that’s just the warm-up. A far greater threat involves the Rev. Jeremiah Rule, a twisted preacher who’s fomenting hatred of Islam and the U.S. government. At play is a weapon of mass destruction with links to the lost colony on Virginia’s Roanoke Island and the ghost ship the Mary Celeste, and McCracken and his comrades-in-arms, Sal Belamo and Johnny Wareagle, are the only ones who can prevent a horrific terrorist attack designed to bring America to its knees. A series of escalating clashes between the principals leads to a suitably climactic showdown. Agent: Bob Diforio. (Dec.)
Reviewed on: 10/28/2013
Release date: 12/01/2013
Genre: Fiction
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