Amazon bestselling author Kenneth Eade is well-known for the novel ‘An Involuntary Spy’, which is the first GMO thriller, as well as for his ‘Brent Marks Legal Thriller Series’. The first book in this series, ‘Predatory Kill’, is a fast-paced, action-packed political thriller that received glowing reviews on Amazon, with readers stating that they couldn’t wait for the sequel. Now, fans of the author will be glad to know that the second book in the ‘Brent Marks Series’, ‘A Patriot’s Act’, is scheduled for release on October 17, 2014. The book can be pre-ordered from Amazon.
This time, Brent Marks gets involved in a very dangerous case. His final goal is to seek justice for an innocent client who is held prisoner in the Guantanamo Bay Detention Camp. But it’s not easy to prove that Ahmed Khury is not a terrorist and has nothing to do with his brother, Sabeen, who is a suspected money launderer in Iraq. There are people who are determined to jeopardize Brent’s case. Soon, he realizes that he has to deal with murder and corruption, and if he truly wants to save Ahmed, he has to fight the U.S. government itself.
There is a lot of courtroom drama that readers will absolutely love. Kenneth Eade is also an international business lawyer, and his expertise shows a lot in his legal thrillers. The details he gives about the law system are accurate, but, at the same time, they are presented in an easy-to-understand way, so that all readers can understand them and enjoy the book. His characters are complex and relatable, and readers will find themselves rooting for both Ahmed and Brent Marks. The dialogues are so realistic that they have the ability to immerse the readers into the story, making it impossible for them to put the book down.
Kenneth Eade has been compared to John Grisham by his fans. The action in his novels often takes a 360-degree turn, thus making his stories anything but predictable. The drama he creates inside and outside of the courtroom in ‘A Patriot’s Act’ will keep readers glued to the pages. They will want to know more and see what happens next. At no point in the novel will they be able to guess how everything will end, and this makes Kenneth Eade a master of suspense.