Billionaire Enrages Roman Catholic Church in New Thriller
Swedish engineer Viktor Sorensen spends vacations with his wife Freja, volunteering in third world countries. They meet a horrible death at the hands of a Boko Haram terrorist gang, and their son Frederik, destined to become one of Sweden's richest men, plans an unusual revenge, to which he dedicates his life and fortune. Merely killing the killers is not enough for him, he wants more.
Frederik invokes the expertise of world leading geneticist Lee Miu Wong and a team of brilliant scientists, to find a way to curb the world's overpopulation. When the Roman Catholic Church finds out what he is planning, shocked, it enlists the Mafia to do whatever it takes to stop him. Desperate measures by Brent Petersen, a brilliant former U.S. navy seal, are needed to try to thwart the assassins and keep Frederik and his family alive.
This action-packed thriller moves quickly from jungle villages, university campuses and the world of big business, to remote islands, where trained killers are ready and willing to commit murder.
By B. L. Roberts
Softcover | 6 x 9 in | 304 pages | ISBN 9781504307468
E-Book | 304 pages | ISBN 9781504307475
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble
About the Author
B. L. Roberts is a retiRed Lawyer. He is the author of four other books - "The Gold Thief," "Appointment to Die," "The Drug Problem Problem" and "Sex, Drugs, and a Beautiful Woman" - and lives with his wife in New South Wales, Australia.
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