Thursday, August 15, 2013

A Fine and Dangerous Season: Kindle Book of the Day 8/15

Take a trip to the ’60s with the magnificent historical novel A Fine and Dangerous Season. For Nate Michaels, the Cuban Missile Crisis isn't just another breaking news story. JFK needs his help to avoid a catastrophe, and suddenly Nate finds himself hip deep in the exciting and dangerous world of Cold War politics! Grab your copy ON SALE for just 99¢ today! Check it out now!

Name: A Fine and Dangerous Season
Rating: 4.5 stars over 66 reviews
Price: 4.99 0.99
Description:  The phone rings in the California home of businessman Nate Michaels before the sun is up on October 24, 1962. An hour later he's on an Air Force jet to Washington. Michaels hasn't seen or spoken to President Kennedy since they met at Stanford in the fall of 1940, but now JFK needs his help opening a back channel to defuse the threat posed by Soviet missiles in Cuba. In both the Pentagon and the Kremlin, pro-war generals want a showdown, not a humiliating compromise. As the world races toward nuclear holocaust during a fine and dangerous autumn, Michaels finds himself spinning in a maelstrom of statecraft, espionage, love, and betrayal.

"A compelling story, written with a sure hand, that keeps you intrigued. But watch out for the gut punches. They come often and unexpectedly. Raffel definitely has his game on." --Steve Berry, New York Times bestselling author of The Columbus Affair and The Jefferson Key

"A rare historical novel - exciting and utterly believable - with Jack Kennedy as you've never seen him. Raffel is a master storyteller. I loved A Fine and Dangerous Season." --Gayle Lynds, New York Times bestselling author of The Book of Spies

"It's been half a century since the Cuban Missile Crisis brought us to the edge of the abyss. It's about time we got a page-turning thriller this good about it. The stakes are incredibly high, the action swift and chilling, the writing sleek and smooth. And the historical characters, from JFK to General Curtis LeMay, leap off the page. It may be fiction, but you'll believe every word of it." --William Martin, New York Times bestselling author of Harvard Yard and The Lincoln Letter

Reader Reviews: "Another page-turner by Keith Raffel. I bought it two days ago and it is now finished. I read the last third in one sitting despite having other things waiting to be done. It is great historical fiction. JFK comes alive as a very real, very flawed, but very heroic person, the historical detail is marvelous."

Get your copy of A Fine and Dangerous Season now!

No comments:

Post a Comment

Note: Only a member of this blog may post a comment.