Private Jets by Mark A Ross

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Set a few years in the near future, but born in North Africa a few decades ago, this diabolical plot spans the globe before it lands in Southern California and tears Annette Madison's life apart.

Her son Derek, kidnapped by his Algerian father 20 years ago, is suddenly, wonderfully, back into her life. A computer software programmer, he’ lives close and incredibly, works for the same aircraft manufacturer Annette’s father had. Trainor Jets build and sell the worlds’ first private jets without pilots. PUAV’s, Private Unmanned Aerial Vehicles for the well heeled and adventurous public.

Annette's joy quickly turns to horror though when her son tries to kill her and she realizes he is not the loving young man she hoped he would grow up to be. In a race against time, with thousands of lives at risk, Annette struggles to grasp with who and what her son has become, why he hates her, and what he is planning to do.

From the exciting new aviation technologies and the ugly pain of international child abduction, Private Jets could just as easily be in tomorrow’s headlines as on its bookshelves…


About Mark A Ross

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Mark Ross worked as a pilot and as a forest firefighter before becoming a full-time safari guide based in Kenya. He has been working as a guide for over twenty yeas. He was born in St. Louis.
Published January 19, 2012 by AuthorHouse. 400 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction, Crime. Fiction

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