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Patrick Lee

Biography

Patrick Lee

Patrick Lee was born in west Michigan in 1976. His accomplishments over the next 18 years included waiting for Nintendo to be invented and then playing lots of Nintendo. In his 20s he sold two screenplays to movie studios in Los Angeles, but neither was produced. Patrick blames Hollywood's prejudice against rugged, Brad Pitt-aged protagonists. On the other hand, even Patrick's limited success in the movie business was a great way to avoid doing any actual work for the entirety of his 20s.

In his early 30s he started writing novels, and managed to sign with the coolest agent in the business: Janet Reid at FinePrint, who promptly sold the first two books of the Travis Chase series to HarperCollins. Patrick's relatives expressed relief that he probably wouldn't end up sleeping on their couches.

Patrick Lee

Books by Patrick Lee

by Patrick Lee - Fiction, Suspense, Thriller

FBI agent Marnie Calvert is called to a horrifying crime in the Mojave Desert. When the investigation leads her to ex-Special Forces Sam Dryden, the two find themselves caught up in a generations-long conspiracy that’s finally coming to fruition. Now they must face down a phantom network whose technology can affect events before they even happen…and is bound to result in the death of millions. To defeat it, Dryden will need to do more than think fast: He must find a way to outsmart a ruthless enemy that can seize on his mistakes before he even makes them.

by Patrick Lee - Fiction, Suspense, Thriller

Sam Dryden, retired special forces, encounters a young girl who is running from a group of heavily armed men intent on killing her. He learns that the 11-year-old has been kept in a secret prison by forces within the government. She only remembers the past two months of her life and that she has a skill that makes her very dangerous to these men. Dryden agrees to help her try to unravel her own past and make sense of it, to protect her from the people who are moving heaven and earth to find them both.