Author Peeks Behind Mask Of U.S. Military Intelligence
WASHINGTON COUNTY, Minnesota (July 8, 2009) – The recent publication of Against Their Wills – A Diabolic White Slavery Ring is Hunted Down is the second action/adventure novel in a chronologically unfolding series. This series provides an insider’s perspective into the domestic and international intelligence realm, which is most often viewed in novels through the eyes of the CIA.
The first book in the series, Power Grab – A Secret Nuclear Reactor Operation is Unearthed, introduced the Defense Department Intelligence Command (DDIC) Team 217, comprised of USAF Capt. Brad Graham and USMC Sgt Greg Palmer. As partners, they have impressive complementary aptitudes, skills, and energy (Graham: in matters of global intelligence, fluency in multiple languages and Palmer: in operations, enforcement, tactics, strategy, weaponry). The members of Team 217 efficiently carry out all their unheralded mission assignments, which often send them around the globe.
Our Dinner with Nayef – In Casablanca, a Casual Chat was All It Took is to be published this Fall. In a realistic manner, this third novel in the series outlines many of the historical changes in DDIC policies and attitudes that have evolved over the past two or three decades.
During a dinnertime discussion, Graham, Palmer, and a pair of older, former DDIC operatives center on their past to present experiences in the Command. As a result, dire decisions that are ultimately made will irreversibly alter Graham and Palmer’s lives and careers forever.
This continuing series of fictional works will inevitably examine military and civilian intelligence agency interactions, which are related to global security, gun-running, internationally known mercenary assassins, serious terrorist threats, and piracy actions. Interspersed throughout, the series also explores the ongoing development of several major characters’ personal relationships, each of which clearly creates enough of its own dilemmas.
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