Sunday, 11 December 2011

Glædelig Jul

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Patrick A Steele is an accountant with training in a variety of physical skills who feels the need to right the wrongs in society!

Link to my second book newly released. Same rule as above!

Patrick A Steele is concerned about the influence of the USA on Great Britain! What will he do?

Patrick A Steele is principally an Englishman. He finds the influence that the USA enjoys within his country to be abhorrent and decides that he should research into the possibility of doing something about the ‘special relationship’ to which the two nations profess.
Patrick Steele is an accountant with training in a variety of physical skills. He has made himself a self-styled Robin Hood available to right the wrongs of society using his skills as an accountant and a man of violence.
The Gurentai, a more benevolent sub-group of the Japanese Yakuza, set Steele up with a Swiss bank account with sufficient remuneration to purchase an empty factory unit and set it up as a training facility and garage.
After persuading his Japanese companion, Takuo Sumisu and Naomi Kobayashi, to become involved, he also elicits assistance from the German and French secret services. There then ensues a variety of actions that take Patrick and his Japanese allies across Europe and eventually to the US before returning to the UK.

Other Stuff

I decided to publish part of the 'blurb' for my second book because I have neglected this story since it became available last month. I have yet to receive a review on the book and although there have been some sales both electronic and paperback, feedback would be greatly appreciated.

In my defence, if that is necessary with a work of art, the subject matter is the result of 61 years of history and the massively accelerating influence of the USA on our English culture. Any person with a nationalistic bent would object to the diluting of their own culture wouldn't they?

God bless

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