Nightstalker by Timothy Rizzi

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The new B-2 bomber is secretly used to knock out a Soviet radar complex that is capable of undermining U. S. first-strike capability, and the newly vulnerable Soviets subsequently launch glasnost reforms. 50,000 first printing. Major ad/promo. Tour.

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Published May 30, 1992 by Dutton Adult. 430 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Ducking missiles and evading MIGs, America's only Stealth bomber prototype sneaks into the Soviet Union to destroy the supercomputer-controlled radar system that threatens the world's balance of power--in Rizzi's first technothriller.

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The radar attack prompts U.S. fears that the Soviets have developed their own version of the Strategic Defense Initiative--fears confirmed when a Soviet pilot familiar with the project conveniently defects.

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