CROSSROADS REVIEWS (Crossroads at www.snedelton.com)
Cristian from Kindle Forum says:
Crossroads is an awsome book. I've really been enjoying it, but it is hard to sometimes find time..."
"This book is mind stimulating and gives the reader reason to pause and think about what might really be happening behind closed doors when leaders of many countries have one goal and try to achieve it at all cost. Can this be happening under the watchful eyes of CIA, FBI and Homeland Security today as it did back during the Cold War?
What is the role of Project Sphinx? What part the mind controllers play in the plot to remove Gorbachev, in thwarting the coup? What finally happens to Tallman, Jack, Larry and Mikhail? What is the final fate of each of these brave men and others? Only the author knows and if you want to find out the unexpected ending with all its twists, turns and more, read this Five Stars novel from an author that I feel is equal to Daniel Silva, Steve Berry, Baldacci and other writers of exciting thrillers." Fran Lewis: Reviewer, January 7, 2010
5.0 out of 5 stars Fast-Paced, Tight Prose, December 22, 2009
By J. L. Knox "JLK" (San Antonio, TX USA)
Jen Knox, Author of MUSICAL CHAIRS,
Fiction Editor at OUR STORIES Literary Journal
MIDWEST BOOK REVIEW 5.0 out of 5 stars for Crossroads spy thriller
A fascinating and entertaining story of cold war espionage, highly recommended, December 11, 2009
By Midwest Book Review (Oregon, WI USA) -
“A techno-thriller in the tradition of Tom Clancy, Crossroads combines the best of Cold War era cat-and-mouse espionage with a healthy dose of conspiracy topped off with a bit of mind control. Steven Nedelton displays a masterful sense of suspense as he winds his way through the intricacies of back room political machinations. With a keen eye for detail, Nedelton leads us down the dark road of international intrigue, assassination and real world politics. Crossroads is a first-rate thrill ride that will keep you tearing through the pages to reach the dramatic conclusion.”
--Sean Harris, author ‘Dead of Winter’