Book Review: The Tenth Circle by Jon Land

20 Dec

10th Circle



The Tenth Circle by Jon Land

Open Road Media

December 2013

ISBN-13: 9781480414709

536 pages

Blaine McCracken, former Green Beret and now an off-the-grid CIA agent, along with his cohort Johnny Wareagle, have just completed an harrowing mission deep inside Iran and have returned to the US for some much needed R&R. But in Jon Land’s fiction world that’s never the case. Instead McCracken must unravel a sinister threat to the President from the formidable Reverend Jeremiah Rule and his shadowy gang. In a story that reaches back to the 16th century Lost Roanoke Colony and forward to a world turned sideways by a seemingly unstoppable force, McCracken must not only prove his own innocence but also unravel a secret cabal, stop a weapon that will open the Tenth Circle of Hell, and save the presidency and indeed the world as we know it.

Classic Land, classic McCracken, this fast-paced story will pull you forward at break-neck speed.


Posted by on December 20, 2013 in Book Review, Writing


2 responses to “Book Review: The Tenth Circle by Jon Land

  1. KR LaLonde

    December 22, 2013 at 4:10 pm

    Now THAT looks like a really good read! How is the language in it?


    • D.P. Lyle, MD

      December 22, 2013 at 4:47 pm

      English. Just kidding. It’s a good read and not offensive if that’s what you mean.



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