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LAPEL (Lest Assumed Power Ends Liberty)

LAPEL (Lest Assumed Power Ends Liberty)

Published Sep 20, 2022 Updated Sep 20, 2022
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LAPEL (Lest Assumed Power Ends Liberty)

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Author: Trevor Trigg (Australia)  

 

About the book: Melbourne, Australia, 1988. Peter Piper is a talented young engineer, an average man leading a busy but ordinary life until the day his world turns upside down. He and his girlfriend Angela are kidnapped, police are gunned down and a venerated and prominent public figure is assassinated.  
Amidst the catastrophe, and against the odds, Peter escapes, trying desperately to save Angela, aided by the one police officer he can trust .  
The more they dig, the more they realise this is no ordinary kidnapping, but merely the iceberg’s tip. There is an international conspiracy of unfathomable proportions. Are the protagonists allies or enemies: ASIO, CIA, the defence forces and the mafia. Who can be trusted? 
Democracies are fragile; will Australia’s fall?

About the author:  From bean counter to boat builder and bionic man, Trevor Trigg is a man with varied talents. Born in Sydney, his close companion for 25 years was a horse whose gift to Trevor was a stainless steel ankle, the result of too much horseplay.  Trevor spent several decades as CFO/CEO of companies. His creative wanderings include writing award winning poetry and becoming a balladeer. He is an exhibiting artist whose lifelong interests include fusing of art and technology and this has produced pieces that have sold in galleries and internationally. He and his wife owned a gallery restaurant in the 'nineties'.  He enjoys a 'tree change' - where his studio and workshop are, and a 'sea change' - where he messes about in boats. In spare moments he 'messes about' with guitar and a 1934 phaeton car.

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