Today, America faces enemies that make the chilling world of the Cold
War seem like much brighter times. The Islamic forces that have declared
Jihad on America have caused the greatest threat to the life of the
United States since World War II. The novel, "Patriot Acts" is a very
original, well-researched and very plausible look into what could happen
if the nation of Iran is allowed to become a nuclear power. All of the
sites and stats and cultural aspects are true and thoroughly researched.
Also, having lived in several Islamic countries, I have a first-hand
ability to write about the lifestyles in places like Iran.
The setting of this story takes place in the very near future with
allusions into the past from the main characters. The characters are
very profoundly developed in the areas of action, dialog and emotion. In
Patriot Acts, America finds itself under covert nuclear attack from the
Islamic Republic of Iran and the only person who can effectively
retaliate against their aggression is Fisher Harrison, the best trained
Special Ops killer the military has.
Iran has represented the root of terrorism since 1979 until today. The
only problem is that Fisher Harrison is in a federal prison, framed for
a murder he did not commit, framed by his former boss, now the President
of the United States of America. The plotting in this novel works from
the premise that America faces three major challenges.
One problem this story deals with is the growing threat with Iran and
its desire to procure nuclear weapons. The next problem is the
insecurity that America faces from the border with Mexico. In Patriot
Acts, the border easily allows Iranian operatives to infiltrate America.
The third situation playing out at the same time in this novel is the
threat of American radical militia groups joining hands with radical
Islamic terrorists to try to bring down the United States Government.
In the midst of all the upheaval, Fisher Harrison, who is serving a life
term in a federal penitentiary, is the only man trained well enough to
stop this move against America, but he has a goal of killing President
Christopher A. Tate, whom he believes framed him as a killer. The
mysterious situation surrounding the murder and the truth of it all in
the end makes for tantalizing intrigue especially when mixed in with the
terrorist threats facing the country. You will take an amazing journey
that will transport you from Alaska to the Midwest and to the heart of
the nation of Iran itself as two enemies unite to save the nation. You
will be amazed how possible this story is and may inconveniently render
the reader afraid in realizing how close to home it could all be!
The main question is whether America is willing to do what is necessary
to preserve, protect and defend the constitution of the United States of
America? The deeds required and carried out in this story are not acts
of terror, not acts of vengeance but in reality, Patriot Acts!
Steven Clark Bradley
Sunday 2/15/2009 8:00 PM CST
Call-in Number: (646) 915-9605
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