Reviews Provocation

5.0 out of 5 starsA Heady Mix of International Intrigue and Dogfights Over Europe.

Another excellent addition to this series, a heady mix of international intrigue and dogfights over Europe, this book you feel confident is backed up by the author's experience and knowledge. I left wondering "what if"... and maybe something like this might have happened back then when the Cold War could so easily have turned hot. Accurate and engaging Provocation entertained me as well as informed me of actions beyond the headlines as power brokers East and West tested each other's mettle. Lucky for us we had men and machines to match what was asked of them when the stakes were high.

By Roy Szweda on

5.0 out of 5 stars Thoroughly Recommended.

Another belter from a favourite author , having read all his previous works , it's been a delight to watch Mr Gledhill hone his craft ! Each book has improved on the last , I'm really looking forward to where he takes us in his next book !

By Simon Jakubowski on

5.0 out of 5 stars Brilliant Immersion Novel.

A real in the cockpit cold war novel, as ever with David real credible historical and technical detail behind the story that puts you in the cockpit.

By Amazon Customer.

5.0 out of 5 stars Another Classic Phantom Tale.

Yet another masterpiece of writing by David Gledhill. You really get immersed into the situation and the level of detail is excellent.

By Roy on

5.0 out of 5 stars Provocation Review.

Well written by an author who has flown fighters himself. It immerses you into the story and the details and story are brilliant.

By R Hall on

5.0 out of 5 stars Great Cold War Aviation Story.

Great Cold War aviation stories by someone who obviously knows what he is talking about!

By bernie@staffordb on

5.0 out of 5 stars Five Stars.

A good tale of the Berlin Airlift and the tension involved told by someone who was involved.

By JC Parker on

Four Stars.

Excellent read, thoroughly enjoyed the realism provided by an author who obviously knows his stuff.

By Mark Nightingale on