Bomb Cyclone, by J.A. Adams
Oksana is a pawn in a chess game she doesn’t fully comprehend, one she can’t escape.
The young Ukrainian spy recruited by Russia’s SVR purposely fails in her assignment to obtain the coordinates of a lost nuclear bomb from Mykola, a Ukrainian American immigrant who had traveled to Crimea to locate the bomb. Instead, Oksana falls in love with her target and must defect to the U.S. or risk imprisonment or death as a traitor to Russia. While Mykola’s Ukrainian friend, Vladyslav, fights with the Ukrainian resistance against the pro-Russian separatists, Russian agents search for their elusive spy in the U.S.
In Bomb Cyclone by J.A. Adams, we experience Ukraine’s plight, from the dissolution of the USSR, through the Orange and Euromaidan Revolutions, to the election of the young President Volodymyr Zelenskyy, until the current Russian war against Ukraine. Meanwhile, Oksana and Mykola try to evade the long reach of Russia’s arms on the other side of the Atlantic.
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