Published by Tate Publishing, A Patriot's Act is available at bookstores nationwide, on all formats.
SPR Review said, "Eade, a lawyer by profession, weaves legal dialogue, corruption and international action to create a pacey read with echoes of Grisham, Baldacci and Clancy nipping at his writing heels. Law issues as well as forensics and police procedures are clearly explained with such authority as to add gritty realism in and out of the courthouse, but it's within the court drama that Eade really packs some punch. With some success with the first book of the series, Predatory Kill, this second saga looks sure to satisfy his growing base of readers.
InD Tale Magazine said: "An edge-of-your-seat thriller that could easily be transformed into a dramatic film. Simply riveting, start to finish!
Midwest Book Review said, "It's all about delicate balance of power and experience - something gone awry in A Patriot's Act, and something explored through intimate descriptions. As Eade deftly juxtaposes the lives of two very different Americans experiencing two very different circumstances, he delves into the politics and processes of prisoners and military men alike, exposing the wounds of their experience and psyches and the points at which man's inhumanity stems from a worldview that dehumanizes and rips apart systems and people."
In "A Patriot's Act," lawyer Brent Marks from "Predatory Kill" is back in action in the second novel of the popular legal thriller series by Kenneth Eade. When a naturalized American citizen turns up missing in Iraq, Brent Marks fights the Goliath U.S. government with its own Constitution.
Santa Barbara accountant Ahmed Khury responds to the plea of help of his brother, Sabeen, a suspected money launderer in Iraq. Before Ahmed realizes what has happened to him, he is in Guantanamo Bay detention camp (think Camp X-Ray), being subjected to torture to extract information that he doesn't have. When murder, corruption and cover-up enters the picture, nobody, including Brent, is safe.
"This novel is a story of corruption and an imbalance of power. The indefinite detention and torture of those suspected of terrorism in Guantanamo Bay and the USA Patriot Act are two of the most shameful events of our time," said Kenneth Eade, the author.
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