The world is rapidly changing and unpredictable, necessitating leaders who adjust quickly to changing priorities and unfamiliar terrain. This book offers a blueprint for developing leaders who can handle surprising challenges, from mergers to global relocation, and who thrive in turbulent times by being open to new concepts, passionate about progress, and resourceful with the tools available.
The Fennec, a professional killer, is contracted by a group of seven businessmen to kill Steven Donovan; a man they feel holds the key to their future fortune. A fortune to be amassed from a platinum mineral swindle. Each of the men puts up an equal amount of money to cover the cost of the contract, but to appease their consciences; six of the men want to know nothing about the transaction details.
Down on his luck after leaving the Army as a sharpshooter, Charlie Deegan winds up in the Yuma Territorial Prison for drunken brawling. Knowing he can't last out the remaining nine years of his sentence, he escapes determined to change his life.
Andy Larson, a North Dakota cop, and four close friends hijack a truck load of bootleg booze coming in from Canada. Everything goes wrong when after months of meticulous planning, they take down the whisky truck but one of Andy's friends is killed by a machine gun toting guard. They end up killing all the men in the trucks. When a shaken Larson and his remaining friends unload the whiskey, they find the reason for the extra security: $60,000 in gold coins belonging to Al "Scarface" Capone.
Andy Larson, wanting to get away from the bootleg crime and corruption of prohibition in North Dakota, moves to Wolf Point, Montana, to take on an easy job as a deputy sheriff. Immediately after his arrival the sheriff and police chief are gunned down and Andy, as the new sheriff, finds this area is a hot bed of big-city mobsters, crooked cops, and lethal double crosses.
"Andy Larson adventures"