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  • In my opinion, not a bad choice to read on a long flight

    • by Rohit Gangwani
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      Larry Collins and Dominique La Pierre’s The Fifth Horseman is a story of cliches - a power - mad dictator out to change the shape of the world, a god - fearing, principled American President, a wisecracking New York detective who short

      - circuits official methods in pursuit of his hunches, a Palestinian terrorist team with a fatal flaw - the list goes on and on. The plot is your standard atomic - bomb - in - big - American - city potboiler. Libya’s ...

      • President ( misspelled throughout the book as Qaddafi ) threatens to explode a three megaton thermonuclear device ( hydrogen bomb ) in New York City, unless the Israelis vacate the West Bank and return it to the Palestinians. Despite the worn out
        plot, the book is not a total loss. It’s no edge of the seat thriller, but not to be tossed in the dustbin either. In my opinion, not a bad choice to read on a long flight. It’ll help pass the time.

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