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Today, America faces enemies that make the world of the Cold War seem like much brighter times. Islamic forces have declared Jihad on America causing the greatest threat to the life of the United States since World War II. In Patriot Acts, America finds itself under covert nuclear attack from the Islamic Republic of Iran which has linked up with radical American Militia gr ...more
Paperback, 326 pages
Published September 1st 2008 by Write Words
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Cheryl C.
Hidden away in an Alaskan prison, serving time for a crime he never committed, Colonel Fisher Harrison thinks of revenge. His government forsake him and his Special Ops buddies and no one was meant to survive. If Fisher gets out of that hellish place, the man who put him there is going to pay.

But that man is now President of the United States and seemingly untouchable; until the Islamic Republic of Iran and radical American militia groups join forces, and President Christopher Tate knows that C
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Sarah Baethge
Feb 09, 2012 Sarah Baethge rated it 4 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: people who like military reads
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Patriot Acts by Steven Clark Bradley is the story of a world that could easily be seen as the world of today. After a brief reminder of all the different wars and actions of terror that have played out upon our world recently, we are introduced to Fisher Harrison, an American soldier, who is sneaking through Iraq in 1991. Through his covert actions, American military goals are worked towards, even if they come at a high personal cost for Harrison. Like he was trained: Country Comes First. Althou ...more
Geri Ahearn
How can America ever forget what happened on September 11, 2001? A horror that's better known as 9-1-1, and a nightmare that shocked all
Americans, a disaster that should have never occurred. While on a ship
in Bermda, the captain announced the terrifying event, three-thousand
people aboard in complete panic for their loved ones who they may have
lost that day. As I viewed the burning towers on TV, I immediately
thought of friends who I knew worked there, and prayed in silence
that their lives didn't
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Sep 06, 2008 Steven rated it 5 of 5 stars  ·  (Review from the author)
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Patriot Acts - When The Enemy of My Enemy Is Not My Friend! 1 5 Sep 06, 2008 07:53PM  
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I loved Tom Clancy as a writer but also as a Patriotic Lover of America that he was! He was a real mentor to me! I am so sad about this! In my opinion, he was the best and the most important writer of the 20th century.

We love you Tom! Jack Ryan will live forever because of you! Tom Clancy's passing makes me really feel so sad and is such a great loss! Clancy's too real for comfort novels "changed
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