Marcus Ryker had always been a risk-taker from his youth growing up in Colorado. He loved mountain climbing, skydiving and more, especially when accompanied by Elena. Those adventures were the very things that would shape his values and his goals. He didn’t know then they would also shape his destiny.
That path to destiny would further be shaped by his experience in the U.S. Marine Corps after 9-11 and later as an agent for the U.S. Secret Service charged with keeping the President of the United States safe.
What he could not have fathomed would be the role he would be called to play as new ominous threats kept growing in Moscow that challenged the United States and NATO bringing them to a precipice from which there might be no return.
The world was teetering on the brink of a nuclear showdown as the Russian president consolidated more and more power with dreams of being the next czar. Few in Russia knew what was happening as he moved as a skilled chessman positioning chess pieces exactly where he desired them to be to achieve his ends. When his son-in-law, Oleg, begins to see the truth behind the public propaganda he is paralyzed with fear about the plots he has been caught up in.
Joel Rosenberg’s new thriller, The Kremlin Conspiracy, shifts gears from the Middle East and moves to new areas of threat straight from today’s headlines. From the first page to the last, the reader will be caught up in the uncertainty and danger playing out between the United States and Russia as Rosenberg takes you behind the scenes of the life of a former Secret Service agent and allows you to glimpse the inner workings of the Kremlin.
The Kremlin Conspiracy gives the reader a chance to indulge in the gifts of a master storyteller as he unfolds the tale page by page propelling you forward until you find your own heart pounding. This is one more of Joel Rosenberg’s books you will not want to miss and when you come to the last page, you will want more.
To comply with new regulations introduced by the Federal Trade Commission, Tyndale House Publishers provided me with a complimentary copy of this book in exchange for my review.