Arc Light

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Berkeley Publishing Group, Feb 1, 1996 - Imaginary wars and battles - 624 pages
21 Reviews
In Eric L. Harry's powerful, fever-pitched first novel, nuclear war is just the beginning. Seen through the eyes of generals and civilians, soldiers and politicians, Arc Light is unlike any political thriller you have ever read--chilling, relentless, and all too real.

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User Review  - Brian Turner - Goodreads

Set at an unspecified future time, the USA and Russia head into World War 3. There's a lot of suspense all the way through the novel, as plot and counter-plot are acted out. Good characters, not all of whom are immune to the unfolding horrors. Read full review

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User Review  - Henry - Goodreads

An interesting novel. Written in the 90s, it is a portrayal of a realistic nuclear conflict, started by a believable chain of events. Deals more with the military and political side of matters, than ... Read full review

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