Toronto Star

RADIANT ANGEL By Nelson DeMille Grand Central, 320 pages, $31


If we’ve learned anything about the FBI agent John Corey in Nelson DeMille’s long-running series, it’s that he’s a renegade by nature. As the new book opens, Corey’s recalcitra­nce has got him busted down to the Diplomatic Surveillan­ce Group, tracking a Russian secret agent as the devious Red makes his way on a September Sunday to an unknown rendezvous on Long Island. It’s a large hint of what’s to come that the date marks an anniversar­y of Sept 11. DeMille handles the narrative with his customary selfassura­nce and smartass humour.

Jack Batten’s Whodunit column appears every other Sunday.

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