Synopses & Reviews
Threading its way through some of the most significant events in modern american history and grappling with issues raised by the FDR legacy, William F. Buckleys first novel without Blackford Oakes is “a moral thriller, a story of human frailty, testing, and redemption of the spirit” (Baltimore Sun) that “aspires to genuine greatness” (Washington Post).
About the Author
William F. Buckley Jr. is the founder of National Review and was the host of what was television's longest-running program, Firing Line. He was recently awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom. The author of thirteen other novels, including Spytime and Nuremberg: The Reckoning, he lives in Connecticut.