The Driver Book I - Decision

Overview

Marc Lange, a professional race driver has a problem. His team is almost broke. So Marc vows to do whatever it takes to find the money to keep his team running and winning.

Rene Dufour, after ten years of business Engagements - transporting people or things off the grid and under the radar, frequently to dangerous places - longs to retire. He decides to bring on a protege.

Posing as a potential co-driver, Rene gets Marc to promise to do ...

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Overview

Marc Lange, a professional race driver has a problem. His team is almost broke. So Marc vows to do whatever it takes to find the money to keep his team running and winning.

Rene Dufour, after ten years of business Engagements - transporting people or things off the grid and under the radar, frequently to dangerous places - longs to retire. He decides to bring on a protege.

Posing as a potential co-driver, Rene gets Marc to promise to do something in return for enough money to save his racing team. All Marc has to do is go with Rene on one of his business Engagements - simple enough. But when the bullets start flying and it comes down to a life or death situation, Marc knows he's in way over his head - can he survive his first Engagement?

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781461157472
  • Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
  • Publication date: 8/18/2011
  • Pages: 394
  • Product dimensions: 5.00 (w) x 8.00 (h) x 0.81 (d)

Meet the Author

Who knew that a near death experience could lead to this? But it did...following a pulmonary embolism after a big ski accident, author Robert L Turner sat down (or rather was propped up in his big red chair), opened up his PC and started writing. Business Development Manager for a global computer products and IT powerhouse by day, author, blogger and automotive writer by night, Robert finally figured out a way to combine all of his passions and distill them into The Driver. He has owned 8 Porsches, driven hundreds of laps on race tracks and now teaches neophyte drivers how to drive their high performance cars. A resident of North Texas, married for 20+ years and the father of two teenage boys, his overarching goal: write novels that auto and race car enthusiasts along with action adventure fans the world over will enjoy. Just know that he may not be hitting the slopes anytime soon...
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