An analysis of the Reagan Administration shares insights into the 40th President's character and decisions while evaluating key historical events and the influences of such figures as Margaret Thatcher, Jimmy Carter and Richard Nixon.
Overhearing a Kremlin plot to install a spy in a high intelligence position so that the Russians can identify CIA assets in Moscow, Dominika launches a desperate mole hunt, only to be exposed and arrested before recklessly immersing herself in...
"At page 372 and the Sanbourne subplot still seems irrelevant. The complexity of the Brandwell family dynamics borders on the irritatingly absurd. This writer gets high ratings but garners no comments--less than helpful."