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Publisher's Summary

With an undeniable authority on the subject of all things nuclear, Robert Gleason brings listeners' worst fears surrounding nuclear terrorism to life in this gripping, character-driven thriller, And into the Fire.

After allying itself with Pakistan's intelligence services and notorious terrorist group the Tehrik-e-Taliban-Pakistan (TTP), ISIS is ready to achieve its ultimate dream: forcing the United States into a clash of civilizations in the Mideast. The best way to accomplish this mission is to acquire three Pakistani nukes - then set them off in three US cities. The head of the CIA's Pakistan desk, Elena Moreno, and an intrepid journalist, Jules Meredith, are on their trail. Unfortunately a powerful Saudi ambassador is blackmailing a corrupt American president, and now both men will do anything to stop these two women - to the point of having them killed. All the while, a notorious Pakistani terrorist, who 20 years ago was Elena's college lover, is leading a highly skilled, highly trained terrorist team into the United States. They are armed with three Hiroshima-style nukes and are hell-bent on incinerating the three American cities.

Can the two women stop them? The clock is ticking.

©2017 Robert Gleason (P)2017 Macmillan Audio

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Stick to editing. Writing is truncated.

Author obviously feels writing is a chore and one that needs to done expiditiously with a you get gist, you know what I mean, do I have to actually write it out tedium. Why not just give us the recipe...

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And into the garbage can.

This book is so, so bad it's not even worth reviewing. Do not waste your time. It's comparison to The Stand is shameful.

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What a waste

This is hands down the worst book I have ever read. Before reading the first 50 pages I wanted to throw it away, but I hung in there being sure it would get better. It did not. It got progressively worse right till the horrible end. I have no idea how such dribble got published. Very poorly written ramblings promoting the authors personal biased views of life. Very very loose on facts and reality.

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narrator is just reading this

can't tell who was who, if that really were going to do nukes must be much later in book, haven't listened b.
such a bad book in months

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It opens your eyes to what is possible

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In the writing, it may not be as annoying, but in the audio, I don't need to hear a quote at the start of each chapter that I will hear in 45 seconds. It just go to be very repetitive.