In 1970, the Fairview Nuclear Power Station is under construction near Brixton, Indiana. A young engineer named Steve Borden is there. Meanwhile, a Russian named Vitaly Kruchinkin leaves his beloved wife and becomes an undercover KGB spy in the United States. Steve Borden eventually becomes plant manager at Fairview Station. The plant also employs KGB agent Vitaly Kruchinkin, who is developing sabotage plans. Meanwhile, a Soviet mole has tipped off the U.S. about a spy working at an American nuclear plant, and the FBI begins to investigate. Then, soon after the horrific events at Chernobyl, Vitaly Kruchinkin is ordered to sabotage Fairview Station. He is told to make it look like an accident. FBI Agent Liz Rezhnitsky has learned of the sabotage orders and is closing in, but soon Steve Borden finds himself battling a crisis which could lead to a reactor meltdown.
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The review of this Book prepared by James Aach