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Indian Point Barry Arbiloff

Indian Point

Barry Arbiloff

Published May 23rd 2006
ISBN : 9780595381180
Paperback
380 pages
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Indian Point is a deeply disturbing, action-packed thriller about a desperate struggle, a holy war, and the most formidable terrorist movement to confront the civilized world in a thousand years a movement that glorifies death and grows stronger withMoreIndian Point is a deeply disturbing, action-packed thriller about a desperate struggle, a holy war, and the most formidable terrorist movement to confront the civilized world in a thousand years a movement that glorifies death and grows stronger with each bloody event. The martyr straps on the explosive-laden vest and goes to a better life, beyond the reach of his enemies. He is untouchable. When Marco Frost has an ice pick shoved into his throat, his brother, Nicholas, a hard case with a checkered past, throws in with an old Jew and goes after the killer. The trail leads both men to the French Riviera where ten people are slaughtered in the middle of a nice lunch at the Carlton Hotel in Cannes. Nicholas quickly finds himself knee deep in a hair-raising scheme to destroy a nuclear plant in the United States. All hell breaks loose as he stirs the pot and becomes a target of opportunity for people out to stop him from stopping them. This masterfully choreographed story, which leaves little to the imagination, soars through seven countries and across two continents: from the Hindu Kush in Afghanistan to a secret Russian ordnance base near the Mongolian border, to Prickly Pear Hill Road, a fork in the road on the outskirts of Chimney Corners, in Upstate New York. It cuts through La Turbie, where three hippies are executed on a mountain overlooking Monaco- through Genoa, Milan, London, New Jersey, and Florida- and ends in Westchester, under the containment dome of the number three reactor at the Indian Point Nuclear Plant.