A very private plot: a Blackford Oakes novel
In his tenth novel in this bestselling series, America's favorite pundit serves up a new feast for his espionage fans. Blackford Oakes, director of covert operations at the CIA, finds himself under fire in Congress for getting embroiled in an underground plot against Mikhail Gorbachev.
What people are saying - Write a review
LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - EctopicBrain - LibraryThing
Mr Buckley gives the history of the cold war a personalized view. i believe I've now read all his books & wish there were more of Blackford Oakes. Also that is not to be. Read full review
A VERY PRIVATE PLOTUser Review - Jane Doe - Kirkus
In the best Blackford Oakes novel yet (Tucker's Last Stand, 1991, etc.), the master of the double bind builds a plot that places the CIA chief of covert ops squarely between the Maelstrom and the ... Read full review