The Fifth Angel - David Wiltse Reviews
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Newest Review: ... odds. However, this appears to have been published in 1985 and I would say that it is a cheap and pointless Rambo rip off ... more
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by - written on 30/12/11, updated on 31/12/11 (Very useful, 84 readings)
The Fifth Angel by David Wiltse == Plot synopsis == It starts off in 1979 when the main character is taking part in a military training exercise, and then for the rest of the book moves to 1984. Mark Stitzer was the best paratrooper in an elite unit of the U.S army. He is trained to covertly go into Moscow and carry out terrorist acts in the case of World War 3. However, during a training exercise, he gets accidentally buried alive, and goes crazy as a result. He ends up thinking the training exercise is a real mission. == My Thoughts == I enjoy reading novels set during the Cold War and I was looking forward to reading an ... Read the complete review
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