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Dragon's breath

Barry Smith

Publisher: BARRY SMITH

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Summary

DRAGON'S BREATH 
Blackmail, sabotage and murder shatter the calm of a Victorian bush town; unrelated acts of evil or evidence of a wider and deeper, Chinese Communist Party plot, to undermine and take over Australia?  
A routine job for ken Eliot threatens his life and growing evidence of Chinese State infiltration drives him back into ASIO service, re-uniting him with the deceptive and deadly Kat Douglas. Family fiefdoms, fanaticism, foreign plots and rival spies form the strands of this web of intrigue. 
   Ken will fight for his life, with Kat guarding his back and frustrating their foes. Will they again expose and overcome the dark forces threatening our freedom and Australian way of life?  
  This exciting sequel to Terror Trails, the second book in the Kat and Ken adventure series, is available from Amazon and all good book shops, in E-book and paperback formats. Enjoy! 
  
  
 
  

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