The Patriot Paradox (The Reluctant Hero, #1)

The Patriot Paradox (The Reluctant Hero, #1)

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by William Esmont
     
 

Ex-CIA analyst, Kurt Vetter is no stranger to tragedy and loss.  Swearing off any connections to a life he once lead, he retreats to South America--on a self-imposed exile.  But when he receives a mysterious package of encrypted files from his dead brother, he's drawn back into a dangerous world of treason and espionage--a world he

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Ex-CIA analyst, Kurt Vetter is no stranger to tragedy and loss.  Swearing off any connections to a life he once lead, he retreats to South America--on a self-imposed exile.  But when he receives a mysterious package of encrypted files from his dead brother, he's drawn back into a dangerous world of treason and espionage--a world he swore he'd left behind for good. 

It's up to Kurt to uncover the message that his brother was desperate to convey--a message that could be the difference between life and death.  When the files lead him across the world, he encounters Amanda Carter, an enigmatic woman linked directly to his brother, who just might have the information he needs to decipher what's hidden inside the files.  Together, they uncover a plot far bigger than anything he ever anticipated--a rogue CIA mission to detonate a nuclear bomb.

But with time running out and his brother's assassins closing in, Amanda and Kurt must face this alone. With millions of innocent lives at stake, they race against the clock to stop the attack.  If they fail, the results could be explosive.

Series Details:
Book 1 - The Patriot Paradox
Book 2 - Pressed
Book 3 - Blood in the Streets
  or get all three book in one volume with The Kurt Vetter Trilogy

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Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940151661102
Publisher:
William Esmont
Publication date:
10/07/2010
Series:
Reluctant Hero , #1
Sold by:
Draft2Digital
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
52,868
File size:
340 KB

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Meet the Author

William Esmont writes about zombies, spies, and futures you probably wouldn't want to experience from his home in southern Arizona. He counts Stephen King, Vince Flynn, and Margaret Atwood as his influences. When not writing, he likes to spend time riding his bike or hanging out with his wife and their two Great Danes.

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Patriot Paradox 3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Great read
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I don't read suspense novels anymore. It may be a good book - just not for me.