Robert Knauer is a former Lieutenant in the U.S. Navy Supply Corps officer, retired senior federal contracting officer (*GS14) and the retired CEO of the Acquisition Institute. Born in Orlando, Florida and now retired to south Florida, Robert traveled the world with the U.S. Navy, federal government and as a business consultant and CEO. He has seen the best and absolute worst mankind has to offer including death and corruption. Some of those situations are reflected in his first novel "Murder on Steel Beach: A Navy Story (chaos on a cargo ship)" which is a modern day takeoff on "The Caine Mutiny" by Herman Wouk. He likes to write about murder and chaos because that is the world we sadly live in. Recently he finished a new murder novel which was about a serial killer in a place called "The Community" in Florida very similar in nature to "The Villages" where the author lived for ten years. His newest novel is called "LIMIT 55: Confessions of a Killer" where a serial killer goes on a rampage killing elderly living on golf course lots. Some of his other books include: "Life with Mister Wiggles", "Guidebook for Contracting Officer Representatives and Contractor Employees", Guidebook for Writing a Good PNM", "Negotiation Training Guidebook: For Employees in Contracting" and the "Negotiation Training Guidebook: Slide Presentation." Currently the author has a third murder mystery in the works about the death of the wife of a successful government contractor who's wife is cheating on him, steals his firm out from under him, and then ends up dead. It is another great book in his LIMIT 55 series to be released in 2019.
Murder on Steel Beach
- A Navy Story
- By: Robert K. Knauer
- Narrated by: Rich Brennan
- Length: 17 hrs and 2 mins
This is a fictional story about life aboard a navy combat cargo ship, where the murder of a navy skipper occurs....
Realistic and compelling
- By John D. LeVoy on 07-29-18
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