A Very Private Plot takes the listener inside the Kremlin and the Reagan White House, exhibiting a detailed knowledge and savoir-faire characteristic of the author. The forces unleashed in 1985 threaten any resolution between the United States and the Soviet Union and threaten the lives of a very small unit of young Russians who remain in the memory as the tale reaches a climax.
"The best Blackford Oakes novel yet." (Kirkus Reviews)
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When suspense and politics are rolled into one then it's Buckley, Jr. Good stuff.
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Slow start, boring, hard to follow
weak initial story... doesn't engage the reader. weak character development. just BORING so i. not gonna try to pauh through. Story tries to sell you on powerful men but it comes off as boastful egotistical blowhards sitting around talking about a clandestine vs transparency in secret missions.
honestly, I don't care for the narrator either, everybody started to sound alike.