Masters of Vengeance focuses on the notion that vengeance can indeed have a legitimate cause
Betrayal, deception, unfulfilled promises are reasons enough for the three individuals who decide to steal a rare pink diamond that Marco Polo had made reference to in his twelfth-century writings. What could be better than an ex-senior fraud investigator for a global insurance company to use his experience to pull off one of the most ingenious capers of the 21st century and then orchestrate his own inclusion in the ensuing investigation? This is where Harry Fellows, the story''s main protagonist, finds himself. The riveting sequences of the actual switch will have the reader holding his breath. False addresses, rigged telephones, theatrical costumes, and intricate electronic signaling devices create a gripping story in which the reader will not only root for the conspirators, but wonder how such a story could be a work of fiction. The author has worked with diamonds and precious stones his entire life. He lives in Miami, Florida with his wife Fran, and two sons.