A crime syndicate snatches up healthy people to harvest their organs for sale on the black market. After transferring the operation to the quiet town of Camanor – where members of the once powerful Sabang tribe reside – the corrupt organization faces the threat of exposure and downfall in the new novel by Frank Y. Panol, “Super Ring” (published by Trafford Publishing).
“Super Ring” tells the story of Captain Joshua Dean, the police chief of Camanor. Joshua is a Sabang tribe descendant and is captured by the organ-stealing syndicate before he can finish investigations related to their crimes.
Joshua’s 17-year-old son, Nathan, fearing for his father’s life, seeks help from High Cloud, the ancient leader of the Sabang tribe. Nathan is then bestowed the Super Ring – a ring containing the strength of five dozen buffaloes, the speed of a rifle bullet, the eyesight of an eagle, the night-vision of an owl, the hearing of a deer and telepathic ability.
Armed with the Super Ring, Nathan must overpower the crime lords who took his father and save his town from further ruin.