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Graham Potts

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War defines the first decade of Graham Potts's adult life. After challenging assignments with the Royal Australian Air Force, his inner strategist acknowledged the truth: writing is his true passion. Graham has a fondness for literature and an appetite for intrigue, offering an action-packed style that captivates, thrills, and touches on the truth.

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"This is a spy thriller on a truly grand scale... an engrossing read, fast paced and absorbing to the very end."
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"Short. Sharp. Chapters. If that is the way you like your spy thrillers you will welcome a new player in the field of literary secrets and lies... could be the next T

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The School of Athens by Raphael (1511); Stanze di Rafaello, Apostolic Palace, the Vatican. Source: Wikipedia

The School of Athens by Raphael (1511); Stanze di Rafaello, Apostolic Palace, the Vatican. Source: Wikipedia

The School of Athens is a fresco by Raphael that depicts ancient Greek philosophers, a tribute to the classical figures whose ideas fuelled the Renaissance. The central figures of the fresco are Plato (on the left) and his student, Aristotle (on the right). Both men clutch bound copies of...

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Jasmine Thank you for the friend invite, Graham.

Samuel Hi, The Orion Team is now doing a "Ask Me Anything" interview with military thriller writer Joshua Hood, author of "Clear By Fire" . Click the link and post questions early!

Richard Ward Thanks for accepting my request, Graham!

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