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TOP 100 REVIEWERon November 23, 2006
Dubbed a Golden Voice by AudioFile Magazine Scott Brick reads both the Abridged and Unabridged editions of Nelson DeMille's latest mesmerizing thriller. The winner of a Science Fiction Audie and a handful of Earphone Awards, Brick is well suited to bring this chilling tale to life. His narrative style is understated, allowing the words to make an impact and that they surely do in DeMille's too-close-to-reality Wild Fire.

Popular protagonist John Corey returns to confront a mad man and a heinous scheme that would take the lives of millions. Corey's a former NYPD officer who now works in anti-terrorism. That's terrorism with a capital T as supposedly super patriotic, all-American, millionaire Bain Madox has come up with a scheme that would have the U.S. launching a mega nuclear attack on the world. But, try to prove it.

Initially, Anti-Terrorism Task Force (ATTF) agent Harry Muller is sent to investigate what is happening at the Custer Hill Club, an all too private hunting and fishing lodge which is actually a meeting place for a group of very powerful men who harbor some pretty sick thoughts. When Muller is found dead Corey and his wife, FBI agent Kate Mayfield, head for the same territory.

As he did with Night Fall (2004) DeMille offers another heart stopping thriller featuring the inimitable Corey. Fast paced dialogue and high octane action - enjoy!

- Gail Cooke
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on April 15, 2011
This is the first book I have read from Nelson DeMille. I was not disappointed!

The story reads very fast and keeps you guessing until the very end. Would have loved to seen the other ending too!

Nelson DeMille rights in an easy language, easy to follow and the story line is too realistic! Wow!


Nelson DeMille is a super author, up there with John Saul, Robin Cook and James Paterson!

- Michel
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on November 12, 2011
I enjoyed all of DeMille's books with his character John Corey in them like this one.The plot was absolutely grippingly well written.
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