Review: Dale Brown’s Executive Intent

The Washington Post today published my review of Dale Brown‘s latest techno-thriller, Executive Intent. Here’s the start of my take on the book:

There’s a lot of baggage to be checked before the real story takes off in the 22nd book from ace techno-thriller writer Dale Brown: a four-page cast of characters, a four-page glossary of weapons, five pages of acronyms and terminology and 13 pages of “Real-World News Excerpts” from sources like Aviation Week, Defense Technology Internationaland sinodefence.com. And that just brings you to the prologue….

Get the feeling that there’s a bumpy ride ahead? Check out the full review here.

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  1. milo

    What, does Brown just give up on the plot? Where’s the story line from the time the vice-president calls the Russian premier and his own inauguration? I had to check the page numbers to make sure they weren’t physically missing.