East Northport, NY, September 17, 2011 --(PR.com
)-- Accolades were accorded by The Military Writers Society of America to Cold War historian and army veteran, Donald J. Farinacci, for his recently published, "The Allemagne Deception, A Novel of the Cold War" (Navigator Books, 2011). Writing for the Society in its one official review, Terry Shoptaugh described the book's narrative as portraying a "tense cat and mouse game" between U.S. military intelligence operatives and Soviet agents on the eve of the Warsaw Pact nations' invasion of Czechoslovakia in 1968. "The well-crafted narrative moves along from action sequences to detailed explanations of military intelligence activities," writes Shoptaugh, and "Farinacci uses dialogue well to bring out the personalities of his well-drawn characters." The review ends with the following inviting comment: "The final sequence of events, in which a traitor in uncovered while Soviet tanks and troops are on the march to suppress the Czech bid for democracy, is taut and absorbing."
To read more about "The Allemagne Deception" and Mr. Farinacci's other Cold War-related books, log on to www.donaldjfarinacci.com
, where all his works can be purchased, as well.