Deadly drones, religious fanatics, flash mob suicide, an ex-Mossad hitman hired by the Vatican, a Mediterranean cruise, and a newly unearthed manuscript dating to the first century creation of Christianity all collide in this new political thriller.
A thriller that stakes out new space in the run-for-you-life genre. Sam Teagarden does not carry a gun or know karate. He is a math professor whose principal weapon—is his intelligence.
When he must go on the run for his life, he gradually decodes a file found in his inbox that reveals dark secrets about America in the 20th Century. If published, it will radically alter the public's view of history.
Click on the link below for an audio sampling of FLIGHT OF THE FOX, voiced by Doug Shapiro; sound engineering by Sarah Van Essendelft, Nicholas Wagner, and Brett Barry of SUNY, New Paltz.
Flight of the Fox
Published by Down & Out Books
College professor Sam Teagarden stumbles upon a decades-old government cover-up when an encoded document mysteriously lands in his in-box, followed by a cluster of mini-drones programmed to kill him.
That begins a terrifying flight from upstate New York, to Washington, to Key West as Teagarden must outfox teams of hitmen equipped with highly sophisticated technology. While a fugitive, he races to decode the journal, only to realize the dreadful truth—it's the reason he's being hunted because it details criminal acts committed by the U.S. in the 20th Century.
If he survives and publishes the decoded diary, he'll be a heroic whistle blower. But there is no guarantee. He may also end up dead.