Monday, March 28, 2011

Book Review: The Patriot Paradox by William Esmont

Title: The Patriot Paradox
Author: William Esmont
Paperback: 250 pages
Publisher: Cross Country Publishing (December 19, 2010)


★ ★ ★ ★ ★

My thoughts:

To start with, the plot is remarkably good! Ex-CIA analyst Kurt Vetter has just lost his family - his wife and daughter over a road accident. He hasn't recovered yet from this loss, he receives another bad news. His brother, whom he loves so much, Mike Vetter was killed in a carjacking gone wrong. Well, that was the official cause of death though just before the funeral, a package was delivered to him containing a classified information - the package was from his dead brother (sent the day he was killed/murdered). According to the package, his brother found something at work he should not see, something he should have never touched and Kurt believes that this is the  reason why Mike was killed.

His brother instructed him to get in touch with Amanda Carter for she knows how to deal with this problem. Together they set out to uncover the truth behind the murder of Kurt's brother. 

I loved the plot of the story. This book is one of those books you just couldn't put down and I read the whole story in just 4-5 hours. This is action-packed with interesting plot and the characters are well-developed. I'm looking forward to reading the next installment! If you are into good political-espionage thriller, buy this book and satisfaction is guaranteed.

About the book:

Racing to stay ahead of a government that has forsaken them, ex-CIA analyst Kurt Vetter and mysterious foreign agent Aanda Carter race across Europe in a quest to  unearth the truth behind the murder of Kurt's brother.

As they dig deeper, they discover a conspiracy that threatens the very foundation of world stability, launched by a secret cabal intent upon reshaping the world to meet their goals.

The clock is ticking and Kurt and Amanda must find a way to halt the plot before millions die.

About the author:

William Esmont lives in Tucson, AZ with his wife and their three dogs. When not writing, he enjoys traveling, reading, and riding his bicycle. He is currently working on the sequel to The Patriot Paradox as well as the first in a new series of post-apocalyptic horror novels.

You can reach him at

Note: I received a review copy of this book free from the author, William Esmont. I was not required to write a positive review. The opinions I have expressed are my own.


Felicity Grace Terry said...

my brother-in-law has this on his tbr pile - I'll have to read it sometime.

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Anonymous said...

Glad to hear you jliked this book. I've seen it around the Internet but couldn't decide if I should get it or not.

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