About the Book
Some wonders why all Malaysians aircraft disappear without a trace? Others wonder how a check from Barcleys bank in Malasya, received as payment in the mail may cost money to redeem though it was reported stolen and the man was robbed of 2,000 crowns instead of getting paid? How can it be so that there are so many Russian buyers of Spanish businesses and apartments? What does the Russian president have to do with all this and how are check fraud connected with the missing aircrafts? Is the Russian president working together with Barcleys Bank of Malaysia, doing this together to clear the Spanish company on the money and then buy them up with the same money? Is there a mafia fraud at international political level?
Who should deal with the problem and how should it be solved? Fredrik has been stolen 300 Dollars and know how. Has also been offered to sell his restaurant for dirty money coming from Russian mafia. He does not know that it is related, but when he starts to examine the bank manager for Barcleys banking in Malaysia. He finds out he is gone and realizes he has been a passenger on one of the missing aircraft in Malaysia, he finds several clues that takes him to Russia and he gets on a trail that eventually leads him to the Kremlin and he realises how the circle is closed and all the pieces fall into place. He realizes that it is difficult to notify the Interpool so he goes into the game, trying to find the weak point of the circle to see if he can crush the game or take part of the cake his own way. Will he survive this time?
About the Author
Martin Liss have hereby released his second book in the serie "Gang", the first book is Tea gang Changes strategy.