The Pacific Affair
The first novel in the Charles Langham Series
The Gripping New Thriller Book, The Pacific Affair, A Charles Langham Novel.
Charles Langham faces opposition, death threats and even hit squads, as the vested interests of political institutions and multinational organisations combine to stop Langham and his team righting the wrongs that we all wish we could fix.
Unbeknownst to Langham, a bigger challenge is looming from the world's troubled past of the 1940's.
The first in the Charles Langham Series will take you on a journey around the world on a thrilling and compelling ride that will leave you wanting more and thinking more.
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ISBN 978-0-9941290-3-1 Paperback ISBN 978-0-9941290-6-2 Hard Cover
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Now available as an Audiobook
24 August 2016. Amazon 4* Amazon Verified purchase. "I love a good political thriller and enjoyed this book. The concept was fun and I could picture it on the big screen. I really enjoyed the concept in The Pacific Affair. Given the state of the environment and the seeming inability of the world's governments to tackle the issues in a timely manner, I thought the story was intriguing. I loved that the whole Langham family was involved in the story, and that Charles built an organization where so many people were able to dedicate themselves to the cause. The writing was a little stiff and while the tale is suspenseful, it was hard, at times, to believe Charles Langham's luck in always staying a step ahead of the forces working against him. I greatly appreciated the discussion about man's role in both harming and also helping to save the earth. It's great food for thought. And the attention to detail, whether in descriptions of the amazing vehicles involved in the story or the political entities involved made the whole story more believable.”