Frontpage magazine review, by David Forsmark:
InÂ Falcon 7, a thriller about two Navy fliers hauled before the International Criminal Court for dropping a bomb on the wrong target in Pakistan, Huston doesnâ€™t bother creating pseudonyms or crafting a fictional president likely to genuflect before international institutions. Instead, he tackles the question ofÂ what would happen ifÂ U.S.Â fliers were to face a radical anti-American ICC prosecutor while theirÂ commander-in-chief is none other than Barack Hussein Obama. . . .
Huston, a former F-14 RIO himself and now a big-time trial lawyer, certainly knows his stuff, andÂ Falcon 7 rings true at every turn, whether itâ€™s a courtroom twist, an ambush on a Pakistani mountain road or, even worse, a political ambush by political appointees who just want the case to get out of the headlines. More importantly, Huston is a superb storyteller, andÂ Falcon 7 rockets along at the speed of the F-18 in the opening sequence and hits its target with just as much power. The result is a perfect summer readâ€”a terrific, thought-provoking, suspenseful and thoroughly entertaining and highly educational thriller.