Day of Judgment

Day of Judgment Review

May, 1963...As President John F. Kennedy prepares to make his historic visit to West Berlin, a covert group of ruthless killers prepares to strike. And only one man can stop them: Father Sean Conlin, hero of the West German resistance....

Title:Day of Judgment
Edition Language:English

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  • Jeff Dickison

    A cold war espionage book that is interesting and told in a straight forward manner. Just prior to JFK visiting Berlin a priest is kidnapped in order to get him to confess to atrocities and embarrass ...

  • Chris Gager

    Haven't read a vintage thriller for a while and haven't read any Jack Higgins that I can recall so here goes. We're way back in the Cold War and JFK's on his way to make that "Ich bin ein Berliner"(wi...

  • James Marinero

    Evocative of the cold war, interesting aspects to the Vatican's 'secret' operations. Credible, few plot holes that I could detect (but I'm not Sherlock). Entertaining. Learnt something about Catholic ...

  • Checkman

    2.5 Stars Standard midlevel programmer set in East Germany in the early sixties. Something of a throwback to Mr. Higgin's earlier salad days. Considering that it was published just a couple years afte...

  • Danny M

    A very interesting novel in typical Jack Higgins style. The novel takes place during the cold war. The novels main character is Simon Vaughn who is likeable but very distant in his personality. It was...

  • Walter Conner

    The story was okay and reasonably well told, but I really wasn't able to become attached to any of the characters, which is a necessity for my enjoyment of any story of this kind. Since I knew that Ke...

  • Mikiel Ottmar

    Another quick read because attention is held from the beginning. Conlin is caught and imprisoned by a psychopath who thinks he is the last word in mind control. Conlin's niece doesn't give up and in t...

  • Uri

    It was OK. Nothing special, kind of predictable and without big turns and twists. It lacked action towards the latter chapters and that was kind of disappointing, making the whole book sort of anti-cl...

  • Rupert Matthews

    Good adventure stuff. Well written, interesting concept, well drawn characters. On the other hand a disappointing lack of twists and turns. A fairly straightforward tale, but well told and well worth ...

  • Fredrick Danysh

    Just prior to President Kennedy's trip to Berlin Father Sean Conlin is kidnapped by the East German Intelligence to undermine the trip. Father Conlin has been smuggling refuges out for years. Now the ...