This story was set in the Mid-western part of Italy in a Region made up of 3 towns of varying sizes. The capital city was called Aratenza. Aratenza is a typicaly Cathedral City with all of the main services and Government offices located in and around. For example- Police, State Security, Mayor and City Hall and the Chamber of Commerce. It is a thriving city, but with just a small commercial Airport and a gambling casino. It attracts Celebrities and High Profile Personnel due to its unique location and picture postcard beauty. In the middle of summer, a lavish and celebrated wedding ceremony took place at the City Cathedral, robustly performed by the Archbishop. This event brought together an array of prominent people from all walks of life from which a small group agreed to meet up again in Aratenza. They formed a group and called themselves "The Order Of Gloske" and set out their aims and objectives which was to Blackmail the extremely rich in a way unparalleled in this particular type of criminal activity. They all shared two things in common and that was money and greed. There were 6 of them-Four men and 2 women.
A UN under-secretary, An EC Commissioner, A Prominent Russian Entrepreneur and Businessman, The Archbishop of Aratenza, An American Beauty and Socialite and a Mayor. In their quest for the ultimate, they overlooked the resilience of the local Police Chief and the cool and handsome ex-army officer /Businessman, Stellan Gorvy, who when asked by the Police Chief for help, took on the challenge and brought a spectacular end to the Criminal activities of "The Order of Gloske". Stellan was able to bring into play, his vast experience plus skill and application along with the help of (SEB), Sophisticated Electronic Brain-head, the finished product of a long established experiment into computer electronics in the form of a chip. He nevertheless had to break International law in order to match, then finally end the web of control and destruction weaved by the Group from their and global and deadly stranglehold.
Publisher: Grosvenor House Publishing Ltd
Weight: 219 g
Dimensions: 203 x 127 x 11 mm