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Willis Avery, the President's National Security Advisor, wants Lieutenant Neill to investigate Russian stealth technology, in addition to his original assignment. Photographic evidence - and the lack of radar images of the attacking aircraft - lead the American intelligence community to conclude that something new has been developed in the skies over Russia. Avery believes that Neill's friendship with a high-ranking officer in the Ukrainian Air Force is the key to establishing Red Sky at Morning - the existence of new aviation technology that could upset the balance of power between East and West.
However, ultra-nationalist forces are at work. After arriving in Eastern Europe, Neill quickly uncovers a conspiracy of terrorism secretly instigated by the Kremlin. Government leaders in Moscow will stop at nothing to rebuild the Soviet Union as they try to force the breakaway republics back into the fold. Neill discovers that the terrorism has extended to the weapons facility he is charged with inspecting. Communist agents have gone far beyond their original orders, and it's a race against time as the Marine - with the help of a beautiful Ukrainian journalist - tries to stop them - and come up with a plan to bring down the corrupt government officials in Moscow.
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By trixie on 12-10-14
Red sky at morning
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t had a hard time getting into the story line at first but after a few chapters I couldn’t stop rlistening. I am just not into war talk and airplanes but once I got past the introduction, loved the story..
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By Barry Owens on 04-16-15
Awesome story and fantastic narrator!
I was engrossed in the story from the very beginning. The narrator keeps the story moving from beginning to end. The only reason I did not listen to it straight through from the outset is that I started it later in the day and had to go to bed so I could get up early the next morning.
My one complaint against the narrator is that he made Lt. Neill sound like James Stewart, and all the Ukrainians sounded like Dracula rejects. Still, I enjoyed the audiobook very much and will be buying more books by this author.
I received this audiobook from the author in exchange for an honest review.
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