Chernobyl Murders (Lazlo Horvath Thriller #1)



In A Western Ukraine Wine Cellar In 1985, Chernobyl Engineer Mihaly Horvath Discloses The Unnecessary Risks Associated With The Power Plant To His Brother, Kiev Militia Detective Lazlo Spawned By A Desire To Protect His Family, Lazlo Investigates Irritating His Superiors, Drawing The Attention Of A CIA Operative, Raising The Hackles Of An Old KGB Major, And Ultimately Discovering His Brother S Secret Affair With A Chernobyl Technician, Juli Popovics After The Explosion, The Ukraine Is Not Only Blanketed With Deadly Radiation, But Also Becomes A Killing Ground Involving Pre Perestroika Factions In Disarray, A Soviet Government On Its Last Legs, And Madmen Hungry For Power With A Poisoned Environment At Their Backs And A Killer Snapping At Their Heels, Lazlo And Juli Flee For Their Lives And Their Love In This Engrossing Political Thriller.Chernobyl Murders (Lazlo Horvath Thriller #1)

Michael is a Chicago native living in West Michigan With degrees in computer science and literature, he held a Q clearance position at Argonne National Laboratory, and later documented analytical software His novels include Grand Traverse, an environmental thriller The President s Nemesis, compared to The Manchurian Candidate by Library Journal and Final Stroke, about a detective with a stroke Michael is a Chicago native living in West Michigan With degrees in computer science and literature, he held a Q clearance position at Argonne National Laboratory, and later documented analytical software His novels include Grand Traverse, an environmental thriller The President s Nemesis, compared to The Manchurian Candidate by Library Journal and Final Stroke, about a detective with a stroke.His latest, Chernobyl Murders, is based on the 1986 disaster The Chicago Tribune said Chernobyl Murders is a page turner of the highest order from the compelling characterization to the vividly described landscape of a devastated Ukraine to the stunning cover art, Beres has penned himself a winner

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  • Hardcover
  • 492 pages
  • Chernobyl Murders (Lazlo Horvath Thriller #1)
  • Michael Beres
  • English
  • 16 November 2018
  • 1933836296

10 thoughts on “Chernobyl Murders (Lazlo Horvath Thriller #1)

  1. says:

    This creative and unique novel was vibrant, suspenseful, detailed and well written, with complex characters and vivid descriptions of the scenery and settings.

  2. says:

    Meh This book had a lot of potential Unfortunately, it also had a pretty lame writer The prose was mundane, the characters wooden It s a pity, as the story itself had it been told well could ve been great As someone currently in Kiev where a lot of the action in the book takes place , who has been to many of the places mentioned and who will be going to Pripyat Chernobyl in a few weeks, I did ...

  3. says:

    Ugh This book could have been so good It has a promising storyline, but the flat characters and ridiculous dialogue killed it for me I had a chapter left and could not finish it because I no longer cared what happened to the characters Why They are boring.

  4. says:

    Chernobyl Murders was a surprising diamond in the rough When I first started reading the book I didn t have very high expectations but I pushed on as it was set against the backdrop of the Chernobyl Disaster I quickly was hooked by the believable technical details and the intriguing plot this resulted in me finishing the book in a few hours, despite the st...

  5. says:

    I do not like to shell out the 5 stars to any old book and that is why this one goes to 5 stars This is not like the others I am a sucker for a good Russian story to begin with and then I get hit with this one Set against the backdrop of the Chernobyl disaster Beres weaves a tale that pulls the reader right into the story This was still a time in Russia when you had the Communist regime sowing paranoia and fear among its citizens even as it was on it s last legs The story is that a KGB Majo I do not like to shell out the 5 stars to any old book and that is why this one goes to 5 stars This is not like the others I am a sucker for a good Russian story to begin with and then I get hit with this one Set against the backdrop of the Chernobyl disaster Beres weaves a tale that pulls the reader right into the story This was still a time in Russia when you had...

  6. says:

    This story had a LOT of promise potential The plot was pretty twisted not in like a disturbing, grotesque way, but in a way where you could honestly say I couldn t have created this if I tried The author took an historic event and wrote a suspense novel around it You know the premise of the Chernobyl disaster at this po...

  7. says:

    Eh This novel is okay It is perhaps madeenjoyable for those with a minor background in radiation, the machines involved with checking it dosimeters, geiger counters , terminology roentgens RANK ens , and an idea of what radiation poisoning can do An interest in the meltdown at Chernobyl probably helps as well I have all of these things Still, it s fast paced with lots of action, less intrigue Not awful, but not groundbreaking either.If you have the time.Probably worth the 3.99 i Eh This novel is okay It is perhaps madeenjoyable for those with a minor background in radiation, the ma...

  8. says:

    I really enjoyed this novel because it has an air of historical fiction to it The Chernobyl incident lends itself to a certain air of intrigue and mystery Michael Beres did an excellent job answering what happened after Chernobyl exploded At ti...

  9. says:

    I m almost halfway done reading this book, and the quick pace, engaging characters, and the descriptive and engrossing writing style of Michael Beres keep me wanting to readafter each turn of the page The events of the horrific 1986 Chernobyl nucle...

  10. says:

    This ebook was free when I downloaded it to my Nook library from Barnes and Noble in 2012 His fiction reflects our age of environmental uncertainty and political treachery It was suspenseful, and its antagonist was unlike most in the mysteries I read I recommend it for all readers.

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