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Kirkus Reviews

BOOKS REVIEWED BY KIRKUS:

THRILLERS
Pub Date:
ISBN: 978-1614000037
Page count: 478pp

Getting the largest piece of a wealthy man’s inheritance may drive his children to undertake a few bad deeds, including murder, in the English-language version of Douglas’ debut thriller.

When billionaire Robert Stanley is run down in an automobile accident in Corsica, his three grown children feel they deserve a sizable chunk of his estate. After all, their relationships with their father have been strained for years after his affair with their governess, Rosa, led to their mother’s suicide. And they need the money: Judge Thomas Stanley, the oldest brother, is enamored with Connie, who has expensive tastes; fashion designer Carmen is paying off a blackmailer; and polo player Billy has a heroin addiction. But everything changes with the appearance of Jennifer Stanley, Robert’s illegitimate daughter with Rosa. Someone wants controlling interest in Stanley Enterprises—not to mention even more money—and is willing to do whatever it takes to get it, even murder. Douglas does an outstanding job establishing the story’s characters. Robert, for example, is undoubtedly the villain, callously sending his kids to separate schools when it was clear that they blamed him for their mother’s death. But the children are well-developed, particularly Thomas and Carmen, whose self-made careers are the result of showing Robert that they could make something of themselves. The novel is shrouded in mystery and brimming with plot twists: there’s the strange family man who watches his son’s baseball game before breaking into the office of Robert’s attorney and the children exhuming Robert’s body (for a DNA test to prove that Jennifer is related) and finding an empty coffin. Likewise, the story is bolstered by a bit of dark humor, like the French police captain who stalls releasing Robert’s body to lawyer George so he can soak up the press’ attention for as long as possible. The translation to English from Spanish unfortunately hits some stumbles, with an abundance of typos and odd phrasings, including an explanation of the title: “[Robert] looks at one of the crew member almost angry and this change his mood. He obviously has a very bad mood.”

Sturdy characters and an endless batch of surprises make the glaring translation problems relatively easy to overlook.



ADDITIONAL WORKS AVAILABLE:

BAD MOOD DRIVE: ARABIC EDITION (Unpublished)
Fiction/Crime

English: Millionaire Robert Stanley is in Monte Carlo—his yacht Blue Skies in port, a beautiful woman on his lap, and his bodyguard Donald Herman standing nearby, ever vigilant. Stanley’s enjoying all the benefits of wealth, little knowing he’s about to die. Stanley’s death behind the wheel of his blue Mercedes seems like an accident, but there’s no denying many people wanted the man dead. As a businessman, Stanley had been ruthless, gleefully driving competitors into bankruptcy and—it’s rumored—suicide. He gained control of his company by turning the board of directors against his own father, an act that cemented his reputation as a merciless egomaniac. Stanley’s behavior at home mirrored his business dealings. Cruel and lascivious, his infidelity drove his wife to suicide. Blamed for her death by his children, Stanley worked to isolate them from each other, leaving them only a small trust from their mother for expenses. No, Robert Stanley will not be mourned, but was his death murder? And, if so, was he the target of a family plot or organized crime? A tense thriller from the mind of Alan Douglas, Bad Mood Drive will keep you guessing until its shocking conclusion.
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BAD MOOD DRIVE: ARABIC-ENGLISH DOUBLE EDITION (Unpublished)
Fiction/Crime

English Millionaire Robert Stanley is in Monte Carlo—his yacht Blue Skies in port, a beautiful woman on his lap, and his bodyguard Donald Herman standing nearby, ever vigilant. Stanley’s enjoying all the benefits of wealth, little knowing he’s about to die. Stanley’s death behind the wheel of his blue Mercedes seems like an accident, but there’s no denying many people wanted the man dead. As a businessman, Stanley had been ruthless, gleefully driving competitors into bankruptcy and—it’s rumored—suicide. He gained control of his company by turning the board of directors against his own father, an act that cemented his reputation as a merciless egomaniac. Stanley’s behavior at home mirrored his business dealings. Cruel and lascivious, his infidelity drove his wife to suicide. Blamed for her death by his children, Stanley worked to isolate them from each other, leaving them only a small trust from their mother for expenses. No, Robert Stanley will not be mourned, but was his death murder? And, if so, was he the target of a family plot or organized crime? A tense thriller from the mind of Alan Douglas, Bad Mood Drive will keep you guessing until its shocking conclusion.
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BAD MOOD DRIVE: BULGARIAN EDITION (Unpublished)
Fiction/Crime

Millionaire Robert Stanley is in Monte Carlo—his yacht Blue Skies in port, a beautiful woman on his lap, and his bodyguard Donald Herman standing nearby, ever vigilant. Stanley’s enjoying all the benefits of wealth, little knowing he’s about to die. Stanley’s death behind the wheel of his blue Mercedes seems like an accident, but there’s no denying many people wanted the man dead. As a businessman, Stanley had been ruthless, gleefully driving competitors into bankruptcy and—it’s rumored—suicide. He gained control of his company by turning the board of directors against his own father, an act that cemented his reputation as a merciless egomaniac. Stanley’s behavior at home mirrored his business dealings. Cruel and lascivious, his infidelity drove his wife to suicide. Blamed for her death by his children, Stanley worked to isolate them from each other, leaving them only a small trust from their mother for expenses. No, Robert Stanley will not be mourned, but was his death murder? And, if so, was he the target of a family plot or organized crime? A tense thriller from the mind of Alan Douglas, Bad Mood Drive will keep you guessing until its shocking conclusion.
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BAD MOOD DRIVE: BULGARIAN-ENGLISH DOUBLE EDITION (Unpublished)
Fiction/Crime

English Millionaire Robert Stanley is in Monte Carlo—his yacht Blue Skies in port, a beautiful woman on his lap, and his bodyguard Donald Herman standing nearby, ever vigilant. Stanley’s enjoying all the benefits of wealth, little knowing he’s about to die. Stanley’s death behind the wheel of his blue Mercedes seems like an accident, but there’s no denying many people wanted the man dead. As a businessman, Stanley had been ruthless, gleefully driving competitors into bankruptcy and—it’s rumored—suicide. He gained control of his company by turning the board of directors against his own father, an act that cemented his reputation as a merciless egomaniac. Stanley’s behavior at home mirrored his business dealings. Cruel and lascivious, his infidelity drove his wife to suicide. Blamed for her death by his children, Stanley worked to isolate them from each other, leaving them only a small trust from their mother for expenses. No, Robert Stanley will not be mourned, but was his death murder? And, if so, was he the target of a family plot or organized crime? A tense thriller from the mind of Alan Douglas, Bad Mood Drive will keep you guessing until its shocking conclusion.
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BAD MOOD DRIVE: CHINESE(SIMPLIFIED) EDITION (Unpublished)
Fiction/Crime

English: Millionaire Robert Stanley is in Monte Carlo—his yacht Blue Skies in port, a beautiful woman on his lap, and his bodyguard Donald Herman standing nearby, ever vigilant. Stanley’s enjoying all the benefits of wealth, little knowing he’s about to die. Stanley’s death behind the wheel of his blue Mercedes seems like an accident, but there’s no denying many people wanted the man dead. As a businessman, Stanley had been ruthless, gleefully driving competitors into bankruptcy and—it’s rumored—suicide. He gained control of his company by turning the board of directors against his own father, an act that cemented his reputation as a merciless egomaniac. Stanley’s behavior at home mirrored his business dealings. Cruel and lascivious, his infidelity drove his wife to suicide. Blamed for her death by his children, Stanley worked to isolate them from each other, leaving them only a small trust from their mother for expenses. No, Robert Stanley will not be mourned, but was his death murder? And, if so, was he the target of a family plot or organized crime? A tense thriller from the mind of Alan Douglas, Bad Mood Drive will keep you guessing until its shocking conclusion. Chinese(Simplified):
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BAD MOOD DRIVE: CHINESE(SIMPLIFIED)-ENGLISH DOUBLE EDITION (Unpublished)
Fiction/Crime

English: Millionaire Robert Stanley is in Monte Carlo—his yacht Blue Skies in port, a beautiful woman on his lap, and his bodyguard Donald Herman standing nearby, ever vigilant. Stanley’s enjoying all the benefits of wealth, little knowing he’s about to die. Stanley’s death behind the wheel of his blue Mercedes seems like an accident, but there’s no denying many people wanted the man dead. As a businessman, Stanley had been ruthless, gleefully driving competitors into bankruptcy and—it’s rumored—suicide. He gained control of his company by turning the board of directors against his own father, an act that cemented his reputation as a merciless egomaniac. Stanley’s behavior at home mirrored his business dealings. Cruel and lascivious, his infidelity drove his wife to suicide. Blamed for her death by his children, Stanley worked to isolate them from each other, leaving them only a small trust from their mother for expenses. No, Robert Stanley will not be mourned, but was his death murder? And, if so, was he the target of a family plot or organized crime? A tense thriller from the mind of Alan Douglas, Bad Mood Drive will keep you guessing until its shocking conclusion. Millionaire Robert Stanley is in Monte Carlo—his yacht Blue Skies in port, a beautiful woman on his lap, and his bodyguard Donald Herman standing nearby, ever vigilant. Stanley’s enjoying all the benefits of wealth, little knowing he’s about to die. Stanley’s death behind the wheel of his blue Mercedes seems like an accident, but there’s no denying many people wanted the man dead. As a businessman, Stanley had been ruthless, gleefully driving competitors into bankruptcy and—it’s rumored—suicide. He gained control of his company by turning the board of directors against his own father, an act that cemented his reputation as a merciless egomaniac. Stanley’s behavior at home mirrored his business dealings. Cruel and lascivious, his infidelity drove his wife to suicide. Blamed for her death by his children, Stanley worked to isolate them from each other, leaving them only a small trust from their mother for expenses. No, Robert Stanley will not be mourned, but was his death murder? And, if so, was he the target of a family plot or organized crime? A tense thriller from the mind of Alan Douglas, Bad Mood Drive will keep you guessing until its shocking conclusion. Chinese(Simplified):
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BAD MOOD DRIVE: CHINESE(TRADITIONAL) EDITION (Unpublished)
Fiction/Crime

English: Millionaire Robert Stanley is in Monte Carlo—his yacht Blue Skies in port, a beautiful woman on his lap, and his bodyguard Donald Herman standing nearby, ever vigilant. Stanley’s enjoying all the benefits of wealth, little knowing he’s about to die. Stanley’s death behind the wheel of his blue Mercedes seems like an accident, but there’s no denying many people wanted the man dead. As a businessman, Stanley had been ruthless, gleefully driving competitors into bankruptcy and—it’s rumored—suicide. He gained control of his company by turning the board of directors against his own father, an act that cemented his reputation as a merciless egomaniac. Stanley’s behavior at home mirrored his business dealings. Cruel and lascivious, his infidelity drove his wife to suicide. Blamed for her death by his children, Stanley worked to isolate them from each other, leaving them only a small trust from their mother for expenses. No, Robert Stanley will not be mourned, but was his death murder? And, if so, was he the target of a family plot or organized crime? A tense thriller from the mind of Alan Douglas, Bad Mood Drive will keep you guessing until its shocking conclusion. Chinese(Traditional):
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BAD MOOD DRIVE: CHINESE(TRADITIONAL)-ENGLISH DOUBLE EDITION (Unpublished)
Fiction/Crime

English: Millionaire Robert Stanley is in Monte Carlo—his yacht Blue Skies in port, a beautiful woman on his lap, and his bodyguard Donald Herman standing nearby, ever vigilant. Stanley’s enjoying all the benefits of wealth, little knowing he’s about to die. Stanley’s death behind the wheel of his blue Mercedes seems like an accident, but there’s no denying many people wanted the man dead. As a businessman, Stanley had been ruthless, gleefully driving competitors into bankruptcy and—it’s rumored—suicide. He gained control of his company by turning the board of directors against his own father, an act that cemented his reputation as a merciless egomaniac. Stanley’s behavior at home mirrored his business dealings. Cruel and lascivious, his infidelity drove his wife to suicide. Blamed for her death by his children, Stanley worked to isolate them from each other, leaving them only a small trust from their mother for expenses. No, Robert Stanley will not be mourned, but was his death murder? And, if so, was he the target of a family plot or organized crime? A tense thriller from the mind of Alan Douglas, Bad Mood Drive will keep you guessing until its shocking conclusion. Chinese(Traditional):
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BAD MOOD DRIVE: FRENCH EDITION (Unpublished)
Fiction/Crime

Millionaire Robert Stanley is in Monte Carlo—his yacht Blue Skies in port, a beautiful woman on his lap, and his bodyguard Donald Herman standing nearby, ever vigilant. Stanley’s enjoying all the benefits of wealth, little knowing he’s about to die. Stanley’s death behind the wheel of his blue Mercedes seems like an accident, but there’s no denying many people wanted the man dead. As a businessman, Stanley had been ruthless, gleefully driving competitors into bankruptcy and—it’s rumored—suicide. He gained control of his company by turning the board of directors against his own father, an act that cemented his reputation as a merciless egomaniac. Stanley’s behavior at home mirrored his business dealings. Cruel and lascivious, his infidelity drove his wife to suicide. Blamed for her death by his children, Stanley worked to isolate them from each other, leaving them only a small trust from their mother for expenses. No, Robert Stanley will not be mourned, but was his death murder? And, if so, was he the target of a family plot or organized crime? A tense thriller from the mind of Alan Douglas, Bad Mood Drive will keep you guessing until its shocking conclusion. French: Millionaire Robert Stanley est à Monte-Carlo-son yacht Blue Skies dans le port, une belle femme sur ses genoux, et son garde du corps Donald Herman debout à proximité, toujours vigilant. Stanley profiter de tous les avantages de la richesse, peu sachant qu'il est sur le point de mourir. La mort de Stanley derrière le volant de sa Mercedes bleue semble comme un accident, mais on ne peut nier beaucoup de gens voulaient la mort. Comme un homme d'affaires, Stanley avait été des concurrents sans pitié, enfonçant joyeusement faillite et-ce est la rumeur-suicide. Il a pris le contrôle de son entreprise en tournant le conseil d'administration contre son propre père, un acte qui a cimenté sa réputation comme un égocentrique impitoyable. Le comportement de Stanley à la maison reflète ses relations d'affaires. Cruelle et lascive, son infidélité a conduit sa femme au suicide. Blâmé pour la mort de ses enfants, Stanley a travaillé pour les isoler les uns des autres, les laissant seulement un petit la confiance de leur mère pour les dépenses. Non, Robert Stanley ne sera pas pleuré, mais était son assassiner de mort? Et, si oui, était-il la cible d'un complot de la famille ou le crime organisé? Un thriller tendue de l'esprit de Alan Douglas, Bad Mood promenade vous tiendra en haleine jusqu'à sa conclusion choquante.
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BAD MOOD DRIVE: FRENCH-ENGLISH DOUBLE EDITION (Unpublished)
Fiction/Crime

English: Millionaire Robert Stanley is in Monte Carlo—his yacht Blue Skies in port, a beautiful woman on his lap, and his bodyguard Donald Herman standing nearby, ever vigilant. Stanley’s enjoying all the benefits of wealth, little knowing he’s about to die. Stanley’s death behind the wheel of his blue Mercedes seems like an accident, but there’s no denying many people wanted the man dead. As a businessman, Stanley had been ruthless, gleefully driving competitors into bankruptcy and—it’s rumored—suicide. He gained control of his company by turning the board of directors against his own father, an act that cemented his reputation as a merciless egomaniac. Stanley’s behavior at home mirrored his business dealings. Cruel and lascivious, his infidelity drove his wife to suicide. Blamed for her death by his children, Stanley worked to isolate them from each other, leaving them only a small trust from their mother for expenses. No, Robert Stanley will not be mourned, but was his death murder? And, if so, was he the target of a family plot or organized crime? A tense thriller from the mind of Alan Douglas, Bad Mood Drive will keep you guessing until its shocking conclusion. French: Millionaire Robert Stanley est à Monte-Carlo-son yacht Blue Skies dans le port, une belle femme sur ses genoux, et son garde du corps Donald Herman debout à proximité, toujours vigilant. Stanley profiter de tous les avantages de la richesse, peu sachant qu'il est sur le point de mourir. La mort de Stanley derrière le volant de sa Mercedes bleue semble comme un accident, mais on ne peut nier beaucoup de gens voulaient la mort. Comme un homme d'affaires, Stanley avait été des concurrents sans pitié, enfonçant joyeusement faillite et-ce est la rumeur-suicide. Il a pris le contrôle de son entreprise en tournant le conseil d'administration contre son propre père, un acte qui a cimenté sa réputation comme un égocentrique impitoyable. Le comportement de Stanley à la maison reflète ses relations d'affaires. Cruelle et lascive, son infidélité a conduit sa femme au suicide. Blâmé pour la mort de ses enfants, Stanley a travaillé pour les isoler les uns des autres, les laissant seulement un petit la confiance de leur mère pour les dépenses. Non, Robert Stanley ne sera pas pleuré, mais était son assassiner de mort? Et, si oui, était-il la cible d'un complot de la famille ou le crime organisé? Un thriller tendue de l'esprit de Alan Douglas, Bad Mood promenade vous tiendra en haleine jusqu'à sa conclusion choquante.
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BAD MOOD DRIVE: GERMAN EDITION (Unpublished)
Fiction/Crime

English: Millionaire Robert Stanley is in Monte Carlo—his yacht Blue Skies in port, a beautiful woman on his lap, and his bodyguard Donald Herman standing nearby, ever vigilant. Stanley’s enjoying all the benefits of wealth, little knowing he’s about to die. Stanley’s death behind the wheel of his blue Mercedes seems like an accident, but there’s no denying many people wanted the man dead. As a businessman, Stanley had been ruthless, gleefully driving competitors into bankruptcy and—it’s rumored—suicide. He gained control of his company by turning the board of directors against his own father, an act that cemented his reputation as a merciless egomaniac. Stanley’s behavior at home mirrored his business dealings. Cruel and lascivious, his infidelity drove his wife to suicide. Blamed for her death by his children, Stanley worked to isolate them from each other, leaving them only a small trust from their mother for expenses. No, Robert Stanley will not be mourned, but was his death murder? And, if so, was he the target of a family plot or organized crime? A tense thriller from the mind of Alan Douglas, Bad Mood Drive will keep you guessing until its shocking conclusion. German: Millionär Robert Stanley ist in Monte Carlo-seiner Yacht Blue Skies im Hafen, eine schöne Frau auf seinem Schoß, und sein Leibwächter Donald Herman in der Nähe stand, immer wachsam. Stanley genießen alle Vorteile des Reichtums, ohne zu ahnen, dass er bald sterben. Stanleys Tod hinter dem Steuer seines blauen Mercedes scheint wie ein Unfall, aber es ist nicht zu leugnen viele Menschen der Mann tot sehen wollte. Als Geschäftsmann hatte Stanley in den Bankrott war rücksichtslos, fröhlich Fahr Konkurrenten und-es ist gemunkelt-Selbstmord. Er gewann die Kontrolle über sein Unternehmen durch Drehen der Vorstand gegen seinen eigenen Vater, eine Handlung, die seinen Ruf als gnadenloser Egomanen zementiert. Stanley Verhalten zu Hause spiegelte seine Geschäfte. Grausam und lasziv, fuhr seine Untreue seiner Frau in den Selbstmord. Für ihren Tod von seinen Kindern die Schuld war Stanley, um sie voneinander zu trennen, so dass sie nur wenig Vertrauen von ihrer Mutter für die Kosten. Nein, Robert Stanley nicht beklagen, aber es war zu seinem Tod Mord? Und wenn ja, war er das Ziel eines Familiengrab oder der organisierten Kriminalität? Eine angespannte Thriller aus dem Geist des Alan Douglas, Bad Mood Antrieb halten Sie erraten, bis seinen Abschluss schockierend.
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BAD MOOD DRIVE: GERMAN-ENGLISH DOUBLE EDITION (Unpublished)
Fiction/Crime

English: Millionaire Robert Stanley is in Monte Carlo—his yacht Blue Skies in port, a beautiful woman on his lap, and his bodyguard Donald Herman standing nearby, ever vigilant. Stanley’s enjoying all the benefits of wealth, little knowing he’s about to die. Stanley’s death behind the wheel of his blue Mercedes seems like an accident, but there’s no denying many people wanted the man dead. As a businessman, Stanley had been ruthless, gleefully driving competitors into bankruptcy and—it’s rumored—suicide. He gained control of his company by turning the board of directors against his own father, an act that cemented his reputation as a merciless egomaniac. Stanley’s behavior at home mirrored his business dealings. Cruel and lascivious, his infidelity drove his wife to suicide. Blamed for her death by his children, Stanley worked to isolate them from each other, leaving them only a small trust from their mother for expenses. No, Robert Stanley will not be mourned, but was his death murder? And, if so, was he the target of a family plot or organized crime? A tense thriller from the mind of Alan Douglas, Bad Mood Drive will keep you guessing until its shocking conclusion. German: Millionär Robert Stanley ist in Monte Carlo-seiner Yacht Blue Skies im Hafen, eine schöne Frau auf seinem Schoß, und sein Leibwächter Donald Herman in der Nähe stand, immer wachsam. Stanley genießen alle Vorteile des Reichtums, ohne zu ahnen, dass er bald sterben. Stanleys Tod hinter dem Steuer seines blauen Mercedes scheint wie ein Unfall, aber es ist nicht zu leugnen viele Menschen der Mann tot sehen wollte. Als Geschäftsmann hatte Stanley in den Bankrott war rücksichtslos, fröhlich Fahr Konkurrenten und-es ist gemunkelt-Selbstmord. Er gewann die Kontrolle über sein Unternehmen durch Drehen der Vorstand gegen seinen eigenen Vater, eine Handlung, die seinen Ruf als gnadenloser Egomanen zementiert. Stanley Verhalten zu Hause spiegelte seine Geschäfte. Grausam und lasziv, fuhr seine Untreue seiner Frau in den Selbstmord. Für ihren Tod von seinen Kindern die Schuld war Stanley, um sie voneinander zu trennen, so dass sie nur wenig Vertrauen von ihrer Mutter für die Kosten. Nein, Robert Stanley nicht beklagen, aber es war zu seinem Tod Mord? Und wenn ja, war er das Ziel eines Familiengrab oder der organisierten Kriminalität? Eine angespannte Thriller aus dem Geist des Alan Douglas, Bad Mood Antrieb halten Sie erraten, bis seinen Abschluss schockierend.
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BAD MOOD DRIVE: HINDI EDITION (Unpublished)
Fiction/Crime

English: Millionaire Robert Stanley is in Monte Carlo—his yacht Blue Skies in port, a beautiful woman on his lap, and his bodyguard Donald Herman standing nearby, ever vigilant. Stanley’s enjoying all the benefits of wealth, little knowing he’s about to die. Stanley’s death behind the wheel of his blue Mercedes seems like an accident, but there’s no denying many people wanted the man dead. As a businessman, Stanley had been ruthless, gleefully driving competitors into bankruptcy and—it’s rumored—suicide. He gained control of his company by turning the board of directors against his own father, an act that cemented his reputation as a merciless egomaniac. Stanley’s behavior at home mirrored his business dealings. Cruel and lascivious, his infidelity drove his wife to suicide. Blamed for her death by his children, Stanley worked to isolate them from each other, leaving them only a small trust from their mother for expenses. No, Robert Stanley will not be mourned, but was his death murder? And, if so, was he the target of a family plot or organized crime? A tense thriller from the mind of Alan Douglas, Bad Mood Drive will keep you guessing until its shocking conclusion. Hindi:
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BAD MOOD DRIVE: HINDI-ENGLISH DOUBLE EDITION (Unpublished)
Fiction/Crime

English English Millionaire Robert Stanley is in Monte Carlo—his yacht Blue Skies in port, a beautiful woman on his lap, and his bodyguard Donald Herman standing nearby, ever vigilant. Stanley’s enjoying all the benefits of wealth, little knowing he’s about to die. Stanley’s death behind the wheel of his blue Mercedes seems like an accident, but there’s no denying many people wanted the man dead. As a businessman, Stanley had been ruthless, gleefully driving competitors into bankruptcy and—it’s rumored—suicide. He gained control of his company by turning the board of directors against his own father, an act that cemented his reputation as a merciless egomaniac. Stanley’s behavior at home mirrored his business dealings. Cruel and lascivious, his infidelity drove his wife to suicide. Blamed for her death by his children, Stanley worked to isolate them from each other, leaving them only a small trust from their mother for expenses. No, Robert Stanley will not be mourned, but was his death murder? And, if so, was he the target of a family plot or organized crime? A tense thriller from the mind of Alan Douglas, Bad Mood Drive will keep you guessing until its shocking conclusion Millionaire Robert Stanley is in Monte Carlo—his yacht Blue Skies in port, a beautiful woman on his lap, and his bodyguard Donald Herman standing nearby, ever vigilant. Stanley’s enjoying all the benefits of wealth, little knowing he’s about to die. Stanley’s death behind the wheel of his blue Mercedes seems like an accident, but there’s no denying many people wanted the man dead. As a businessman, Stanley had been ruthless, gleefully driving competitors into bankruptcy and—it’s rumored—suicide. He gained control of his company by turning the board of directors against his own father, an act that cemented his reputation as a merciless egomaniac. Stanley’s behavior at home mirrored his business dealings. Cruel and lascivious, his infidelity drove his wife to suicide. Blamed for her death by his children, Stanley worked to isolate them from each other, leaving them only a small trust from their mother for expenses. No, Robert Stanley will not be mourned, but was his death murder? And, if so, was he the target of a family plot or organized crime? A tense thriller from the mind of Alan Douglas, Bad Mood Drive will keep you guessing until its shocking conclusion. Hindi:
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BAD MOOD DRIVE: ITALIAN EDITION (Unpublished)
Fiction/Crime

English: Millionaire Robert Stanley is in Monte Carlo—his yacht Blue Skies in port, a beautiful woman on his lap, and his bodyguard Donald Herman standing nearby, ever vigilant. Stanley’s enjoying all the benefits of wealth, little knowing he’s about to die. Stanley’s death behind the wheel of his blue Mercedes seems like an accident, but there’s no denying many people wanted the man dead. As a businessman, Stanley had been ruthless, gleefully driving competitors into bankruptcy and—it’s rumored—suicide. He gained control of his company by turning the board of directors against his own father, an act that cemented his reputation as a merciless egomaniac. Stanley’s behavior at home mirrored his business dealings. Cruel and lascivious, his infidelity drove his wife to suicide. Blamed for her death by his children, Stanley worked to isolate them from each other, leaving them only a small trust from their mother for expenses. No, Robert Stanley will not be mourned, but was his death murder? And, if so, was he the target of a family plot or organized crime? A tense thriller from the mind of Alan Douglas, Bad Mood Drive will keep you guessing until its shocking conclusion. Italian: Millionaire Robert Stanley è a Monte Carlo, il suo yacht Blue Skies in porto, una bella donna in grembo, e la sua guardia del corpo Donald Herman lì vicino, sempre vigile. Stanley godendo di tutti i benefici della ricchezza, senza sapere che sta per morire. La morte di Stanley al volante della sua Mercedes blu sembra un incidente, ma non si può negare molte persone volevano il morto. Come un uomo d'affari, Stanley era stato spietato, concorrenti allegramente guida in fallimento e-Si mormora-suicidio. Ha guadagnato il controllo della sua azienda ruotando il consiglio di amministrazione contro il proprio padre, un atto che ha cementato la sua reputazione come un egocentrico spietato. Il comportamento di Stanley a casa rispecchiava i suoi rapporti d'affari. Crudele e lasciva, la sua infedeltà ha guidato la moglie al suicidio. Colpa per la sua morte dai suoi figli, Stanley ha lavorato per isolarli gli uni dagli altri, lasciando loro solo una piccola fiducia dalla madre per le spese. No, Robert Stanley non sarà rimpianto, ma era il suo omicidio morte? E, se sì, era lui il bersaglio di un complotto di famiglia o la criminalità organizzata? Un thriller teso dalla mente di Alan Douglas, Bad Mood Drive tenervi indovinare fino alla sua scioccante conclusione.
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BAD MOOD DRIVE: ITALIAN-ENGLISH DOUBLE EDITION (Unpublished)
Fiction/Crime

English: Millionaire Robert Stanley is in Monte Carlo—his yacht Blue Skies in port, a beautiful woman on his lap, and his bodyguard Donald Herman standing nearby, ever vigilant. Stanley’s enjoying all the benefits of wealth, little knowing he’s about to die. Stanley’s death behind the wheel of his blue Mercedes seems like an accident, but there’s no denying many people wanted the man dead. As a businessman, Stanley had been ruthless, gleefully driving competitors into bankruptcy and—it’s rumored—suicide. He gained control of his company by turning the board of directors against his own father, an act that cemented his reputation as a merciless egomaniac. Stanley’s behavior at home mirrored his business dealings. Cruel and lascivious, his infidelity drove his wife to suicide. Blamed for her death by his children, Stanley worked to isolate them from each other, leaving them only a small trust from their mother for expenses. No, Robert Stanley will not be mourned, but was his death murder? And, if so, was he the target of a family plot or organized crime? A tense thriller from the mind of Alan Douglas, Bad Mood Drive will keep you guessing until its shocking conclusion. Italian: Millionaire Robert Stanley è a Monte Carlo, il suo yacht Blue Skies in porto, una bella donna in grembo, e la sua guardia del corpo Donald Herman lì vicino, sempre vigile. Stanley godendo di tutti i benefici della ricchezza, senza sapere che sta per morire. La morte di Stanley al volante della sua Mercedes blu sembra un incidente, ma non si può negare molte persone volevano il morto. Come un uomo d'affari, Stanley era stato spietato, concorrenti allegramente guida in fallimento e-Si mormora-suicidio. Ha guadagnato il controllo della sua azienda ruotando il consiglio di amministrazione contro il proprio padre, un atto che ha cementato la sua reputazione come un egocentrico spietato. Il comportamento di Stanley a casa rispecchiava i suoi rapporti d'affari. Crudele e lasciva, la sua infedeltà ha guidato la moglie al suicidio. Colpa per la sua morte dai suoi figli, Stanley ha lavorato per isolarli gli uni dagli altri, lasciando loro solo una piccola fiducia dalla madre per le spese. No, Robert Stanley non sarà rimpianto, ma era il suo omicidio morte? E, se sì, era lui il bersaglio di un complotto di famiglia o la criminalità organizzata? Un thriller teso dalla mente di Alan Douglas, Bad Mood Drive tenervi indovinare fino alla sua scioccante conclusione.
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BAD MOOD DRIVE: JAPANESE EDITION (Unpublished)
Fiction/Crime

English: Millionaire Robert Stanley is in Monte Carlo—his yacht Blue Skies in port, a beautiful woman on his lap, and his bodyguard Donald Herman standing nearby, ever vigilant. Stanley’s enjoying all the benefits of wealth, little knowing he’s about to die. Stanley’s death behind the wheel of his blue Mercedes seems like an accident, but there’s no denying many people wanted the man dead. As a businessman, Stanley had been ruthless, gleefully driving competitors into bankruptcy and—it’s rumored—suicide. He gained control of his company by turning the board of directors against his own father, an act that cemented his reputation as a merciless egomaniac. Stanley’s behavior at home mirrored his business dealings. Cruel and lascivious, his infidelity drove his wife to suicide. Blamed for her death by his children, Stanley worked to isolate them from each other, leaving them only a small trust from their mother for expenses. No, Robert Stanley will not be mourned, but was his death murder? And, if so, was he the target of a family plot or organized crime? A tense thriller from the mind of Alan Douglas, Bad Mood Drive will keep you guessing until its shocking conclusion. Japanese:
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BAD MOOD DRIVE: JAPANESE-ENGLISH DOUBLE EDITION EDITION (Unpublished)
Fiction/Crime

English: Millionaire Robert Stanley is in Monte Carlo—his yacht Blue Skies in port, a beautiful woman on his lap, and his bodyguard Donald Herman standing nearby, ever vigilant. Stanley’s enjoying all the benefits of wealth, little knowing he’s about to die. Stanley’s death behind the wheel of his blue Mercedes seems like an accident, but there’s no denying many people wanted the man dead. As a businessman, Stanley had been ruthless, gleefully driving competitors into bankruptcy and—it’s rumored—suicide. He gained control of his company by turning the board of directors against his own father, an act that cemented his reputation as a merciless egomaniac. Stanley’s behavior at home mirrored his business dealings. Cruel and lascivious, his infidelity drove his wife to suicide. Blamed for her death by his children, Stanley worked to isolate them from each other, leaving them only a small trust from their mother for expenses. No, Robert Stanley will not be mourned, but was his death murder? And, if so, was he the target of a family plot or organized crime? A tense thriller from the mind of Alan Douglas, Bad Mood Drive will keep you guessing until its shocking conclusion. Japanese:
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BAD MOOD DRIVE: POLISH EDITION (Unpublished)
Fiction/Crime

English: Millionaire Robert Stanley is in Monte Carlo—his yacht Blue Skies in port, a beautiful woman on his lap, and his bodyguard Donald Herman standing nearby, ever vigilant. Stanley’s enjoying all the benefits of wealth, little knowing he’s about to die. Stanley’s death behind the wheel of his blue Mercedes seems like an accident, but there’s no denying many people wanted the man dead. As a businessman, Stanley had been ruthless, gleefully driving competitors into bankruptcy and—it’s rumored—suicide. He gained control of his company by turning the board of directors against his own father, an act that cemented his reputation as a merciless egomaniac. Stanley’s behavior at home mirrored his business dealings. Cruel and lascivious, his infidelity drove his wife to suicide. Blamed for her death by his children, Stanley worked to isolate them from each other, leaving them only a small trust from their mother for expenses. No, Robert Stanley will not be mourned, but was his death murder? And, if so, was he the target of a family plot or organized crime? A tense thriller from the mind of Alan Douglas, Bad Mood Drive will keep you guessing until its shocking conclusion. Polish: Milioner Robert Stanley jest w Monte Carlo, jego jacht Blue Skies w porcie, pi?kna kobieta na kolanach, a jego ochroniarz stoj?cy obok Donalda Herman, zawsze czujnym. Stanley cieszy? si? korzy?ciami p?yn?cymi z bogactwa, niewiele wiedz?c, ?e jest bliski ?mierci. ?mier? Stanley za kierownic? swojego niebieskim Mercedes wydaje si? by? przypadek, ale nie zaprzeczam, wielu chcia?o cz?owiek ?yje. Jako biznesmen Stanley by? bezwzgl?dny, konkurentów rado?nie je?dzisz do bankructwa i-to podobno-samobójca. Zdoby? kontrol? nad spó?k?, obracaj?c si? do zarz?du przeciwko w?asnemu ojcu, akt, który ugruntowa? swoj? reputacj? jako bezlitosnego egomaniac. Zachowanie Stanley w domu odzwierciedlenie jego kontaktach gospodarczych. Okrutne i spro?ny, jego niewierno?? pojechali?my z ?on? do samobójstwa. Win? za jej ?mier? przez jego dzieci, Stanley pracowa? do izolowania ich od siebie, pozostawiaj?c im jedynie niewielki zaufania od matki na wydatki. Nie, Robert Stanley nie b?dzie p?aka?, ale by? jego zabójstwo ?mier?? A je?li tak, to on by? celem dzia?ce rodziny lub przest?pczo?ci zorganizowanej? Napi?ciu thriller z umys?u Alan Douglas, Bad Mood Nap?d b?dzie Ci? zgadywa? a? do szokuj?cego wniosku.
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BAD MOOD DRIVE: POLISH-ENGLISH DOUBLE EDITION (Unpublished)
Fiction/Crime

English: Millionaire Robert Stanley is in Monte Carlo—his yacht Blue Skies in port, a beautiful woman on his lap, and his bodyguard Donald Herman standing nearby, ever vigilant. Stanley’s enjoying all the benefits of wealth, little knowing he’s about to die. Stanley’s death behind the wheel of his blue Mercedes seems like an accident, but there’s no denying many people wanted the man dead. As a businessman, Stanley had been ruthless, gleefully driving competitors into bankruptcy and—it’s rumored—suicide. He gained control of his company by turning the board of directors against his own father, an act that cemented his reputation as a merciless egomaniac. Stanley’s behavior at home mirrored his business dealings. Cruel and lascivious, his infidelity drove his wife to suicide. Blamed for her death by his children, Stanley worked to isolate them from each other, leaving them only a small trust from their mother for expenses. No, Robert Stanley will not be mourned, but was his death murder? And, if so, was he the target of a family plot or organized crime? A tense thriller from the mind of Alan Douglas, Bad Mood Drive will keep you guessing until its shocking conclusion. Polish: Milioner Robert Stanley jest w Monte Carlo, jego jacht Blue Skies w porcie, pi?kna kobieta na kolanach, a jego ochroniarz stoj?cy obok Donalda Herman, zawsze czujnym. Stanley cieszy? si? korzy?ciami p?yn?cymi z bogactwa, niewiele wiedz?c, ?e jest bliski ?mierci. ?mier? Stanley za kierownic? swojego niebieskim Mercedes wydaje si? by? przypadek, ale nie zaprzeczam, wielu chcia?o cz?owiek ?yje. Jako biznesmen Stanley by? bezwzgl?dny, konkurentów rado?nie je?dzisz do bankructwa i-to podobno-samobójca. Zdoby? kontrol? nad spó?k?, obracaj?c si? do zarz?du przeciwko w?asnemu ojcu, akt, który ugruntowa? swoj? reputacj? jako bezlitosnego egomaniac. Zachowanie Stanley w domu odzwierciedlenie jego kontaktach gospodarczych. Okrutne i spro?ny, jego niewierno?? pojechali?my z ?on? do samobójstwa. Win? za jej ?mier? przez jego dzieci, Stanley pracowa? do izolowania ich od siebie, pozostawiaj?c im jedynie niewielki zaufania od matki na wydatki. Nie, Robert Stanley nie b?dzie p?aka?, ale by? jego zabójstwo ?mier?? A je?li tak, to on by? celem dzia?ce rodziny lub przest?pczo?ci zorganizowanej? Napi?ciu thriller z umys?u Alan Douglas, Bad Mood Nap?d b?dzie Ci? zgadywa? a? do szokuj?cego wniosku.
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BAD MOOD DRIVE: PORTUGUESE(BRAZIL) EDITION (Unpublished)
Fiction/Crime

English: Millionaire Robert Stanley is in Monte Carlo—his yacht Blue Skies in port, a beautiful woman on his lap, and his bodyguard Donald Herman standing nearby, ever vigilant. Stanley’s enjoying all the benefits of wealth, little knowing he’s about to die. Stanley’s death behind the wheel of his blue Mercedes seems like an accident, but there’s no denying many people wanted the man dead. As a businessman, Stanley had been ruthless, gleefully driving competitors into bankruptcy and—it’s rumored—suicide. He gained control of his company by turning the board of directors against his own father, an act that cemented his reputation as a merciless egomaniac. Stanley’s behavior at home mirrored his business dealings. Cruel and lascivious, his infidelity drove his wife to suicide. Blamed for her death by his children, Stanley worked to isolate them from each other, leaving them only a small trust from their mother for expenses. No, Robert Stanley will not be mourned, but was his death murder? And, if so, was he the target of a family plot or organized crime? A tense thriller from the mind of Alan Douglas, Bad Mood Drive will keep you guessing until its shocking conclusion. Portuguese(Brazil): Millionaire Robert Stanley está em Monte Carlo-seu iate Blue Skies no porto, uma bela mulher em seu colo, e seu guarda-costas Donald Herman estava por perto, sempre vigilante. Stanley de desfrutar de todos os benefícios da riqueza, sem saber que ele está prestes a morrer. A morte de Stanley atrás do volante do seu Mercedes azul parece ser um acidente, mas não há como negar que muitas pessoas queriam que o homem morto. Como empresário, Stanley tinha sido implacáveis, concorrentes alegremente condução à falência e é rumores de suicídio. Ele ganhou o controle de sua empresa, girando o conselho de administração contra o seu próprio pai, um ato que consolidou sua reputação como um egomaníaco impiedoso. O comportamento de Stanley em casa espelhado seus negócios. Cruel e lasciva, sua infidelidade levou sua mulher ao suicídio. Culpado por sua morte por seus filhos, Stanley trabalhou para isolá-los uns dos outros, deixando-os apenas uma pequena confiança de sua mãe para as despesas. Não, Robert Stanley não será lamentada, mas era o seu assassinato morte? E, em caso afirmativo, ele foi alvo de um lote da família ou do crime organizado? Um thriller tenso da mente de Alan Douglas, Bad Mood Drive irá mantê-lo adivinhar até a sua conclusão chocante.
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BAD MOOD DRIVE: PORTUGUESE(BRAZIL)-ENGLISH DOUBLE EDITION (Unpublished)
Fiction/Crime

English:Millionaire Robert Stanley is in Monte Carlo—his yacht Blue Skies in port, a beautiful woman on his lap, and his bodyguard Donald Herman standing nearby, ever vigilant. Stanley’s enjoying all the benefits of wealth, little knowing he’s about to die. Stanley’s death behind the wheel of his blue Mercedes seems like an accident, but there’s no denying many people wanted the man dead. As a businessman, Stanley had been ruthless, gleefully driving competitors into bankruptcy and—it’s rumored—suicide. He gained control of his company by turning the board of directors against his own father, an act that cemented his reputation as a merciless egomaniac. Stanley’s behavior at home mirrored his business dealings. Cruel and lascivious, his infidelity drove his wife to suicide. Blamed for her death by his children, Stanley worked to isolate them from each other, leaving them only a small trust from their mother for expenses. No, Robert Stanley will not be mourned, but was his death murder? And, if so, was he the target of a family plot or organized crime? A tense thriller from the mind of Alan Douglas, Bad Mood Drive will keep you guessing until its shocking conclusion. Portuguese(Brazil): Millionaire Robert Stanley está em Monte Carlo-seu iate Blue Skies no porto, uma bela mulher em seu colo, e seu guarda-costas Donald Herman estava por perto, sempre vigilante. Stanley de desfrutar de todos os benefícios da riqueza, sem saber que ele está prestes a morrer. A morte de Stanley atrás do volante do seu Mercedes azul parece ser um acidente, mas não há como negar que muitas pessoas queriam que o homem morto. Como empresário, Stanley tinha sido implacáveis, concorrentes alegremente condução à falência e é rumores de suicídio. Ele ganhou o controle de sua empresa, girando o conselho de administração contra o seu próprio pai, um ato que consolidou sua reputação como um egomaníaco impiedoso. O comportamento de Stanley em casa espelhado seus negócios. Cruel e lasciva, sua infidelidade levou sua mulher ao suicídio. Culpado por sua morte por seus filhos, Stanley trabalhou para isolá-los uns dos outros, deixando-os apenas uma pequena confiança de sua mãe para as despesas. Não, Robert Stanley não será lamentada, mas era o seu assassinato morte? E, em caso afirmativo, ele foi alvo de um lote da família ou do crime organizado? Um thriller tenso da mente de Alan Douglas, Bad Mood Drive irá mantê-lo adivinhar até a sua conclusão chocante.
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BAD MOOD DRIVE: RUSSIAN EDITION (Unpublished)
Fiction/Crime

English: Millionaire Robert Stanley is in Monte Carlo—his yacht Blue Skies in port, a beautiful woman on his lap, and his bodyguard Donald Herman standing nearby, ever vigilant. Stanley’s enjoying all the benefits of wealth, little knowing he’s about to die. Stanley’s death behind the wheel of his blue Mercedes seems like an accident, but there’s no denying many people wanted the man dead. As a businessman, Stanley had been ruthless, gleefully driving competitors into bankruptcy and—it’s rumored—suicide. He gained control of his company by turning the board of directors against his own father, an act that cemented his reputation as a merciless egomaniac. Stanley’s behavior at home mirrored his business dealings. Cruel and lascivious, his infidelity drove his wife to suicide. Blamed for her death by his children, Stanley worked to isolate them from each other, leaving them only a small trust from their mother for expenses. No, Robert Stanley will not be mourned, but was his death murder? And, if so, was he the target of a family plot or organized crime? A tense thriller from the mind of Alan Douglas, Bad Mood Drive will keep you guessing until its shocking conclusion. Russian:
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BAD MOOD DRIVE: RUSSIAN-ENGLISH DOUBLE EDITION (Unpublished)
Fiction/Crime

English: Millionaire Robert Stanley is in Monte Carlo—his yacht Blue Skies in port, a beautiful woman on his lap, and his bodyguard Donald Herman standing nearby, ever vigilant. Stanley’s enjoying all the benefits of wealth, little knowing he’s about to die. Stanley’s death behind the wheel of his blue Mercedes seems like an accident, but there’s no denying many people wanted the man dead. As a businessman, Stanley had been ruthless, gleefully driving competitors into bankruptcy and—it’s rumored—suicide. He gained control of his company by turning the board of directors against his own father, an act that cemented his reputation as a merciless egomaniac. Stanley’s behavior at home mirrored his business dealings. Cruel and lascivious, his infidelity drove his wife to suicide. Blamed for her death by his children, Stanley worked to isolate them from each other, leaving them only a small trust from their mother for expenses. No, Robert Stanley will not be mourned, but was his death murder? And, if so, was he the target of a family plot or organized crime? A tense thriller from the mind of Alan Douglas, Bad Mood Drive will keep you guessing until its shocking conclusion. Millionaire Robert Stanley is in Monte Carlo—his yacht Blue Skies in port, a beautiful woman on his lap, and his bodyguard Donald Herman standing nearby, ever vigilant. Stanley’s enjoying all the benefits of wealth, little knowing he’s about to die. Stanley’s death behind the wheel of his blue Mercedes seems like an accident, but there’s no denying many people wanted the man dead. As a businessman, Stanley had been ruthless, gleefully driving competitors into bankruptcy and—it’s rumored—suicide. He gained control of his company by turning the board of directors against his own father, an act that cemented his reputation as a merciless egomaniac. Stanley’s behavior at home mirrored his business dealings. Cruel and lascivious, his infidelity drove his wife to suicide. Blamed for her death by his children, Stanley worked to isolate them from each other, leaving them only a small trust from their mother for expenses. No, Robert Stanley will not be mourned, but was his death murder? And, if so, was he the target of a family plot or organized crime? A tense thriller from the mind of Alan Douglas, Bad Mood Drive will keep you guessing until its shocking conclusion. Russian:
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BAD MOOD DRIVE: SPANISH EDITION (Unpublished)
Fiction/Crime

English: Millionaire Robert Stanley is in Monte Carlo—his yacht Blue Skies in port, a beautiful woman on his lap, and his bodyguard Donald Herman standing nearby, ever vigilant. Stanley’s enjoying all the benefits of wealth, little knowing he’s about to die. Stanley’s death behind the wheel of his blue Mercedes seems like an accident, but there’s no denying many people wanted the man dead. As a businessman, Stanley had been ruthless, gleefully driving competitors into bankruptcy and—it’s rumored—suicide. He gained control of his company by turning the board of directors against his own father, an act that cemented his reputation as a merciless egomaniac. Stanley’s behavior at home mirrored his business dealings. Cruel and lascivious, his infidelity drove his wife to suicide. Blamed for her death by his children, Stanley worked to isolate them from each other, leaving them only a small trust from their mother for expenses. No, Robert Stanley will not be mourned, but was his death murder? And, if so, was he the target of a family plot or organized crime? A tense thriller from the mind of Alan Douglas, Bad Mood Drive will keep you guessing until its shocking conclusion. Spanish: Millonario Robert Stanley está en Monte Carlo: su yate cielos azules en el puerto, una hermosa mujer en su regazo, y su guardaespaldas Donald Herman allí cerca, siempre vigilante. Stanley de disfrutar de todos los beneficios de la riqueza, sin saber que él está a punto de morir. La muerte de Stanley al volante de su Mercedes azul parece un accidente, pero no se puede negar que muchas personas querían que el hombre muerto. Como hombre de negocios, Stanley había sido, competidores alegremente conducción despiadados a la quiebra y-es-suicidio rumoreado. Él ganó el control de su compañía girando el consejo de administración en contra de su propio padre, un acto que cimentó su reputación como un ególatra sin piedad. El comportamiento de Stanley en el hogar refleja sus negocios. Cruel y lasciva, su infidelidad condujo su esposa al suicidio. Culpado de su muerte por sus hijos, Stanley trabajó para aislarlos unos de otros, lo que les deja sólo una pequeña confianza de su madre para gastos. No, Robert Stanley no se lamentó, pero era su asesinato la muerte? Y, si es así, ¿era el objetivo de un terreno de la familia o de la delincuencia organizada? Un thriller tenso de la mente de Alan Douglas, Bad Mood unidad mantendrá en vilo hasta su conclusión chocante.
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BAD MOOD DRIVE: SPANISH-ENGLIS DOUBLE EDITION
Fiction/Crime

English: Millionaire Robert Stanley is in Monte Carlo—his yacht Blue Skies in port, a beautiful woman on his lap, and his bodyguard Donald Herman standing nearby, ever vigilant. Stanley’s enjoying all the benefits of wealth, little knowing he’s about to die. Stanley’s death behind the wheel of his blue Mercedes seems like an accident, but there’s no denying many people wanted the man dead. As a businessman, Stanley had been ruthless, gleefully driving competitors into bankruptcy and—it’s rumored—suicide. He gained control of his company by turning the board of directors against his own father, an act that cemented his reputation as a merciless egomaniac. Stanley’s behavior at home mirrored his business dealings. Cruel and lascivious, his infidelity drove his wife to suicide. Blamed for her death by his children, Stanley worked to isolate them from each other, leaving them only a small trust from their mother for expenses. No, Robert Stanley will not be mourned, but was his death murder? And, if so, was he the target of a family plot or organized crime? A tense thriller from the mind of Alan Douglas, Bad Mood Drive will keep you guessing until its shocking conclusion. Spanish: Millonario Robert Stanley está en Monte Carlo: su yate cielos azules en el puerto, una hermosa mujer en su regazo, y su guardaespaldas Donald Herman allí cerca, siempre vigilante. Stanley de disfrutar de todos los beneficios de la riqueza, sin saber que él está a punto de morir. La muerte de Stanley al volante de su Mercedes azul parece un accidente, pero no se puede negar que muchas personas querían que el hombre muerto. Como hombre de negocios, Stanley había sido, competidores alegremente conducción despiadados a la quiebra y-es-suicidio rumoreado. Él ganó el control de su compañía girando el consejo de administración en contra de su propio padre, un acto que cimentó su reputación como un ególatra sin piedad. El comportamiento de Stanley en el hogar refleja sus negocios. Cruel y lasciva, su infidelidad condujo su esposa al suicidio. Culpado de su muerte por sus hijos, Stanley trabajó para aislarlos unos de otros, lo que les deja sólo una pequeña confianza de su madre para gastos. No, Robert Stanley no se lamentó, pero era su asesinato la muerte? Y, si es así, ¿era el objetivo de un terreno de la familia o de la delincuencia organizada? Un thriller tenso de la mente de Alan Douglas, Bad Mood unidad mantendrá en vilo hasta su conclusión chocante.

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ISBN: 978-1614000020
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