One hundred million dollars have gone missing from the accounts of Strom Defense Industries. A underwhelming assignment for ex-soldier-ex-spy-turned-financial-controller Paul Trouble. But soon the case turns into murder and mayhem, and Paul will need all his former skills to stay on top of the game. More
All he wanted was a regular job...
Paul Trouble may not hold the most exciting job in the world as a pencil pusher and finance controller in Strom Industries’ Mergers and Acquisition department. But for the former elite soldier and CIA spy still mentally recovering from the injury that forced him out of the spy-game, this is his shot at a normal life in a normal job with normal problems—like enduring girlfriend troubles, despising his pompous boss, and being killed by Excel-induced boredom.
One hundred million dollars missing...
Until the Strom Industries CEO asks him personally to investigate the mystery of one hundred million dollars missing from one of Strom’s subsidiaries. Thrown back into cloak and dagger games, Paul assembles a small team to stir things up and discover who is behind the missing money. The plan is simple: Ask a few questions, make people nervous, and see what happens.
Turning into a deadly cat and mouse game...
What first looks like an inside job soon turns into murder and mayhem where pencil and stapler are exchanged with knives and bullets, giving a literal meaning to the term “troubleshooter.”
Troubleshooter is the first Paul Trouble corporate thriller by author Alex Ames. Please also check out Alex’s novel A Brilliant Plan
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Meet Paul Trouble, the one-handed, ex-US Marine, ex-CIA spy, now an accountant and all around troubleshooter for his boss at Strom Industries. Don't expect bullets on Powerpoint slides whenever Paul takes a case.