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Reviewed by Pikasho Deka for Readers' Favorite
What would happen if China launched an insidious chemical attack on America? Find out how this hypothetical scenario will play out with Robert J. Saniscalchi's gripping military thriller, Black Water: The China Connection. After a long-deserved promotion, Delta Force team leader Jason Patrick returns to his humdrum home life with his wife when he receives the call to lead another crucial mission against an enemy inside his own country. When two Chinese operatives infiltrate the country posing as Penn University students, a few brave Caldwell, New York residents work together to warn federal agencies of a potential threat to the local water supply. Meanwhile, Jason and his team travel to Venice, Louisiana to secure a cartel drop site that houses weapons and the dreaded Black Water, a chemical agent concocted by China to poison America's great rivers.
Fast-paced and action-packed, Black Water: The China Connection is a blistering ride from the first page to the last. Filled with suspense, intrigue, and a healthy dose of patriotic fervor, Robert J. Saniscalchi's novel feels like a paean to the American people who put their lives on the line to protect the country's interests. The cast of characters is quite large, but Saniscalchi gives them distinct traits and personalities in a short amount of page time that distinguish them from one another. I particularly liked the relationship dynamics between Jason and his team members. The narrative is smooth, with a tight plot devoid of fat or fluff. This is a book to be savored by military fiction aficionados.