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Sète
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Sète

By Terry Aulich

Comedy, love and rage from London to Sète

How can you blunder into a coup d’état in the South of France? Easily done if you’re Paddy Kennedy and former SAS intelligence officer, Helen Troy.

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France and the UK are ripe for take-over by wealthy plutocrats, the Big Dogs, who want to remake Europe. Flag waving will be back and social welfare gone. Backing them are tabloid newspapers, disaffected military personnel and interfering foreign governments.

Former Australian Senator Terry Aulich’s sequel to Clapperland takes a satirical look at how extremist elements can abuse politics, religion and media to prepare a nation for the ultimate coup d’état.

The Big Dogs have selected the fishing port of Sète for the launch of their coup. Its cafes, vibrant culture, vineyards, canals and history of welcoming immigrants from many cultures is anathema to them.

There on a family mission for egomaniacal British newspaper magnate, Lord Rex, the two Australians are drawn into the planning of the coup which will explode all over France on the Day of the Wolf.   

In a divided world of Brexit, pandemic protests, Russian interference, the Dark Web, the attack on the US Capitol and the breaking of community trust, Sète is a novel for our times.

$ 36.95 
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Available Feb 06, 2022

About Terry Aulich

Terry Aulich has been there to see it all. A former Federal Senator and State Minister in Tasmania, he has recently worked with some of the most security sensitive organisations such as INTERPOL, the UN Counter-Terrorism Executive Directorate and the Biometrics Institute. Terry Aulich’s first novel, The River’s End captured the politics around the saving of the wild Franklin River in Tasmania. He frequently appears on radio and other media, is the presenter of Tassie Pine, a political satire on Facebook and YouTube and is a regular speaker at international conferences on new technologies and privacy.

Terry Aulich

About Terry Aulich

Terry Aulich has been there to see it all. A former Federal Senator and State Minister in Tasmania, he has recently worked with some of the most security sensitive organisations such as INTERPOL, the UN Counter-Terrorism Executive Directorate and the Biometrics Institute. Terry Aulich’s first novel, The River’s End captured the politics around the saving of the wild Franklin River in Tasmania. He frequently appears on radio and other media, is the presenter of Tassie Pine, a political satire on Facebook and YouTube and is a regular speaker at international conferences on new technologies and privacy.

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