The Atlantic Affair

Book 2 in the Charles Langham Series

One Man's continuing battle to save the Environment takes another deadly turn

Philanthropist Billionaire Charles Langham uses his high-tech organization to fight for environment. Using his considerable wealth, he created an organization with the aim of reversing the effect of man on his environment by regenerating rain forests, reversing high extinction rates and fighting famine in a sustainable way.A loner receives instructions to collect a newly imported car and drive it to a specific street by a certain time with very precise instructions on initiating the car's alarm. He follows them exactly. His last ever act. The British Prime Minister activates the Cobra room and initiates martial law. United States President Johnson sends aid in the form of two aircraft carriers plus his Presidential army headed by Thomas.   After their first Sumatran tiger release, Langham and his group are attacked by paramilitaries with worrying consequences.  Axmann transfers from his submarine to a freighter, taking his sinister package with him, and heads up the St Lawrence


Midwest book reviews. "An original, impressively crafted, and compelling read from beginning to end, "The Atlantic Affair" is the second title in the author Gary Paul Stephenson's 'Charles Langham Adventure' series that deftly melds Fact and Fiction together to produce a truly riveting novel from beginning to end. While unreservedly recommended, especially for community library Contemporary General Fiction collections"

"After reading the first chapter, I was truly hooked – what an opener.  You have achieved what I suspect every author yearns for – grab the reader in the first paragraph.  I sort of expected a little explosion and felt proud of myself that I could second guess what’s likely to develop but WOW, I didn’t expect such an opener." Amazon review. David. Dec 2017.

"Read the first one (Pacific Affair) a while back, and now this second one (Atlantic Affair) in the series. Good action thriller, this one flows on from the first book but can be read as a standalone. Great characters well sketched, fast-paced in places that carries you along with the plot. The intro set in London is very detailed and gets you hooked quickly. I enjoyed it. A good read." Goodreads review by KJ. Dec 2017