The Coldest Warrior by Paul Vidich #BlogTour
Books / February 28, 2020

Review   Thanks to No Exit Press and Random things tours for my ARC of ‘The Coldest Warrior’ by Paul Vidich. Based at the height of the Cold War, this story, which is in fact Based on the true events of a Frank Olson, personally known by the author and his family is a story about Dr Charles Wilson, a scientist who dies when he ‘jumped or fell’ from his 9th floor hotel room in Washington. When the Rockefeller commission is realised in 1975 it again brings to light this death and with it a fresh investigation by Jack Gabriel, an agent with links to Wilson and his family. An intriguing, serious and compelling story takes shape as the CIA, the FBI and top White House officials do all they can to cover up any involvement in this Darkly sinister espionage thriller ripe with murder, lies and government corruption and cover ups A deeply far reaching and intense novel. It’s gently paced high quality taut spy thriller and it’s also quite a timely reminder of the past and of also of alleged recent day events in politics. A historic thriller full of conspiracy and intrigue. This is an expertly written top…