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By: Satish Gupta

Australia We Didn’t See

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A reception is being held at the prime minister’s official residence, The Lodge, to celebrate democratic multiculturalism in Australia, when a young guests suddenly attacks the prime minister.

Walking through the parkland to a jeweller to buy his wife a birthday present, the prime minister meets several seniors enjoying the sunshine. He also meets a man from Iraq who has no job but has been offered one by a terrorist group.

The prime minister also meets a young man who has a brother living in Bradford, England, connected to a formidable terrorist group responsible for terrorist acts all over Europe.

Trying to get his motorcade through a large crowd of protesters, the prime minister walks out to plead for access to his next appointment. A lunatic shoots for fun and hits him in the shoulder.

The story involves ASIO, terrorist recruitment, spy agencies and international connections.

Will the terrorists prevail? Will the prime minister survive?

Will China cause trouble next to an American Naval Base and RAAF Base?

All this, and much more, is revealed in this gripping political thriller.

 

Satish Gupta was born in India and educated in India, England and America. He holds a Doctor of Science degree. He feels privileged to have contributed his expertise in the field of Environment and Planning in Asia, Europe and Australia.

He now calls Adelaide, South Australia his home. He has already published two novels. This is his third book. He is writing his fourth, a political thriller, Australia We Didn’t See

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  • wendy kirwan

    This story is mainly about the government at the time. He seems to have good contact with all people Australians as well as other nationalities.
    This becomes a gripping story with the Prime Minister being shot by a terrorist It involves ASIO spy agents etc. and then goes into the condition of the Prime Minister's health. There is much more but I recommend that is worth the reading.

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