A curious eleven-year boy becomes involved in WWII espionage. What he discovers terrifies him, but like a moth to the candle, his fascination with the "Swiss" leads to violence and death -- twice nearly his own. He is the most unlikely person in the most unlikely place to discover a major espionage attempt to obtain America's atomic bomb secrets. It's so implausible no one believes him. Told through the eyes of a small boy, this story unfolds in a setting where the Great Depression ends and war brings all the heartache and travail facing the American home front. All of this intertwined with the biggest enemy espionage story of the war and the development of the atomic bomb
Thirty-seven years as a faculty member and senior administrator at four major universities . Prior to that, a member of the US Navy during the cold war.