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The Deception People - Part of the Out-Step…

The Deception People - Part of the Out-Step series

by Real Laplaine

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Deception People is gripping right from the start - hard to put down. The author has an amazing perception of what is going on in the world today. it is a work of fiction but so close to reality that it is disturbing. it causes one to be alert to what is really going on in our world. Excellent read. Looking forward to his next book. i have read most of the books by this author and sincerely enjoy them all.
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The Deception People Troy Evens, a man with a very special talent, mistakenly discovers a plot by members of the US government itself, who plan to launch a terrorist attack against America in order to fan the flames of terrorism and war in the world. When he attempts to expose them, the full weight of the National Security Agency and Homeland Security are thrown into play against him. Troy finds himself running for his life, while avoiding the grip of the largest and most invasive surveillance community in the world, as he desperately tries to find someone who can stop another 9/11 debacle from happening. A Political thriller with a dystopian edge. Eye-opening and riveting. Réal Laplaine writes in several genres, political and international thriller being his main focus. His book Twilight Visitor has been compared to the best of the top thriller writers in the world.
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