Author: Clark Selby
Dangerous Journey is a story of two friends who set out on an adventure to race their vintage Corvette in the Moscow to Beijing Road Race and end up as the means for al-Qaeda to make nuclear bombs to destroy ten famous American landmarks and to kill millions of Americans. When nuclear scientists Dr. Chance Taylor and Dr. Charles Brown need a break from their work on America’s atomic weapon systems, they soon find themselves with the type of demanding work they were trying to get away from.
Clark Selby was born in 1936 in Miami, Oklahoma, and attended school in Kansas and Oklahoma. He and his wife, Karen Serene Selby, live in Springfield, Missouri. He spent over forty-five years in the parking industry. Clark’s work in the parking industry took him to over sixty countries on six continents. During his years in the parking industry he served as Director of Parking for the City of Hutchinson, Kansas; Assistant Director of Transportation and Parking for the University of Iowa; Parking Consultant with De Leuw Cather & Company, a Transportation Engineering Company in Chicago and Project Manager for a parking study in Perth, Western Australia. He worked for several years for Duncan Industries, as a Sales and Service Engineer; Director of Manufacturing, then was promoted to Vice President of International Sales and President of the company. As Vice President of International Sales for Duncan Industries, he won the President of the United States Excellence in Exporting Award. Clark last position in the parking industry was President of Worldwide Parking Corporation, before he retired to care for his first wife, Patricia after she became paralyzed and he continued to care for her until she passed away. Clark served in the Kansas Army and Air Force National Guard for more than six years before he began traveling in the parking industry and was a Sergeant in radio communications. Clark and his wife, Karen spend as much time as possible traveling and exploring places they haven’t been and plan to keep doing it as long as their health allows them to. Clark loves writing new novels and plans to keep doing it, as he says, “I always hope my books tell a good story.”