Paul Shemella’s new book “The Dictator's Revenge” is a thrilling tale of a Navy SEAL tasked with stopping a malicious plot to destroy the Panama Canal

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Recent release “The Dictator's Revenge” from Page Publishing author Paul Shemella is the story of LDCR Carl Malinowski, a Navy SEAL who must stop a dangerous plot to destroy the Panama Canal set in motion by the man he once helped imprison.

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Paul Shemella, a retired Navy SEAL, has completed his new book “The Dictator's Revenge”: a gripping tale that follows LDCR Carl Malinowski, a Navy SEAL who must stop the destruction of the Panama Canal at the hands of Panama’s former dictator Manuel Noriega.

Shemella says, “In the summer of 1993, Manuel Noriega sits in a Florida prison, plotting his revenge for the American invasion of Panama more than three years earlier. He offers a large portion of his numbered bank account to the ruthless leader of his favorite drug cartel. The ‘contract’ calls for destruction of the Panama Canal, the lifeblood of Noriega’s homeland and jewel of American engineering. A Panama Canal pilot is kidnapped. The government turns to the US for help, and the mission is given to LDCR Carl Malinowski, a Spanish-speaking Navy SEAL who helped send Noriega to prison.”

Published by Page Publishing, Paul Shemella’s electrifying tale takes readers on a journey full of unexpected twists as Carl and his men discover the kidnapping is only the beginning of Noriega’s complex plot to destroy the canal. As their investigation leads them further to uncovering the truth, will they be able to stop the attackers in time? And who really are the attackers?

Readers who wish to experience this exciting work can purchase “The Dictator’s Revenge” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes Store, Amazon, Google Play, or Barnes and Noble.

For additional information or media inquiries, contact Page Publishing at 866-315-2708.

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