Saturday, March 17, 2007

Good read and really good read

The Keys of Hell, by Jack Higgins is entertaining. What makes this a "good read" is that it is an easy read - the plot is not complex and the book is short. A book that is perfect for a noisy airport, trip or an afternoon watching the (grand) kids.

The Fifth Horseman, written in 1980, is the tale of terrorists smuggling, arming and (of course) not denoting a thermonuclear device in New York City. The well written, fast-paced fiction grips the post 9/11 reader. The 400 pages (paperback) will kill more than an evening and left Donkey wondering if such an event could happen.

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