Patriot Act (novel)

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Patriot Act
Author James Phelan
Country Australia
Language English
Series Lachlan Fox
Genre Techno-thriller novel
Publisher Hachette Australia
Publication date
August, 2007
Media type Print (Paperback)
Pages 602 pp
ISBN 978-0-7336-2098-0
Preceded by Fox Hunt
Followed by Blood Oil

Patriot Act is Australian thriller author James Phelan second book, and the second book in the Lachlan Fox series.[1]

Plot Summary[edit]

Lachlan Fox, former Royal Australian Navy Special Forces Clearance Diver, now investigative journalist for GSR (Global Syndicate Reporters) grows suspicious when several high-profile businessmen and politicians are murdered in Europe. A coup is being planned by the United States biggest European rival, France. Echelon is under attack as the United States rushes to avoid an armed conflict between France and the United States. Meanwhile, Fox's life is threatened by French DGSE agents who wish to assassinate Fox and girlfriend Kate.

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References[edit]

  1. ^ "Patriot Act - James Phelan - Book Review". LiteraryMinded. 10 October 2007. Retrieved 26 August 2010. 

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