The Owner, An Albert Pabek Thriller
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Aboard his technologically advanced 60 foot sailboat yacht, Albert Pabek sails under the Golden Gate Bridge. He drops a large, mysterious container overboard and watches as it sinks to the bottom of the San Francisco Bay. His revenge is now underway. He has three days to destroy the life of one man - multibillionaire, Karl Remons, The Owner of Remons Global, and the man who killed his father. More
Book 1 in the new Suspense-Thriller Series featuring Albert Pabek and Teleport
Aboard his technologically advanced 60 foot sailboat yacht, Albert Pabek sails under the Golden Gate Bridge. He drops a large, mysterious container overboard and watches as it sinks to the bottom of the San Francisco Bay.
Albert's revenge is now underway. He has three days to destroy the life of one man - multibillionaire, Karl Remons, The Owner of Remons Global - the man who killed his father sixteen years earlier. Karl Remons is a murderer, swindler, womanizer, and money launderer. He will do anything, to anyone, at anytime. No one can stop him.
Karl Remons is THE OWNER.
Albert had five years to prepare. Now, he must execute the plan. On the first day of summer, he will meet the man who killed his father, telling him - "I am the NEW Owner".
The plan immediately goes awry. A new friend betrays Albert. Two manufacturing plants explode within moments of each other - one in Detroit, Michigan and another in Oakland, California. Someone dies. World Auto attempts a hostile takeover. Albert is taken hostage. Someone else dies. The black helicopter disappears. Then, there's the Homeland Security fiasco.
Success was unlikely. He knew that beforehand.
THE OWNER is a SUSPENSE THRILLER taking its readers on a NONSTOP, HEART-POUNDING thrill ride through each page and every chapter.
About the author and the next books in the series:
Shane Simpson is an American novelist and writer. He has published two books, The Owner, An Albert Pabek Thriller, and The Death of Paradise Winds, a prequel novella.
Shane is now writing Book 2 of the Albert Pabek Thriller series. In The Owner, Albert sought out trouble and avenged his father's death. It's different this time around. Vengeance is after him.
Born and raised in the southwestern United States, Shane is married and has two children. He holds undergraduate and graduate degrees in Business Administration. An avid windsurfer, Shane's writing slows down on windy days. He relishes the thrill of high speed sailboarding. When not writing or windsurfing, he enjoys other leisure activities, including sailing, snow skiing, scuba diving, and reading.
If you like The Owner, check out the suspense-thriller prequel of the Albert Pabek Thriller series
From Shane Simpson, the author of The Owner, An Albert Pabek Thriller, The Death of Paradise Winds is an Albert Pabek novella set sixteen years before his showdown with Karl Remons.
Both readable as a prequel and a complimentary backstory, the book shares Albert's motivation to seek revenge. Meet a younger Karl Remons - his evil ways have already started. Learn about Albert and Lawrence. And, hear Albert's earliest plans of revenge....
From the Author:
I wrote The Owner, An Albert Pabek Thriller, as the first book in a new series. In The Owner, Albert sails into San Francisco on the first day of summer in 2013. After sixteen years, he is finally ready to avenge the death of his father.
After publishing The Owner, several readers were curious about Albert and the Pabek family. Of course, they wanted to know more about Karl Remons. I thought about their questions and finally decided a prequel was in order. It is the best way to share the earlier relationship of Albert Pabek and Karl Remons.
I sincerely hope you enjoy the Albert Pabek earlier years. This book is set in 1996 and 1997. Don't worry. There are no spoilers in the prequel. My readers can read the books in any order.
The next book in the series will be released in 2014. Like The Owner, it will be an action packed, full length suspense thriller. Albert and Teleport must return to San Francisco.