An American businessman operating a joint venture company in Moscow, Jack Broderick, one day finds himself risking all that is near and dear to him: his beloved wife and children.
The reason? His family has become the unwitting pawn in an international chess game. By kidnapping the children, powerful Russian officials blackmail Jack into declaring publicly that the President of Russia is helping the CIA steal his nation's most important secrets. Her children gone, Pat Broderick turns against her husband, feeling that his bullheaded efforts to save the children will only get the little ones killed. Whether or not they are returned, Pat vows that the marriage is over.
Moscow Nights, by Arthur E. Adams is a novel of power and passion, bringing the reader inside Russia's dangerous world of intrigue and violence where power-hungry politicians, mafia gangsters, and renegade underground paramilitary groups all complicate Jack Broderick's desperate struggle to save his family.