"Wonderful . . . Powerful . . . Full of Suspense . . . I hated to put it down. His characters are well drawn, his plot convincing. His best since Jack Wilson, Chief Petty Officer, U.S.N." -Jim Glasscock "A truly original novel by a daring and obviously gifted writer. Gripping . . . powerful and suspenseful. It will keep you riveted." -Ken Peach "Amazing Novel! His thoughts are brilliant and his writing superb. Fascinat-ing from beginning to end." -Todd Beverlin What inspires someone to write a novel is a tough question. I grew up with cowboys and Indians blazing on the silver screen at the Saturday matinees. The newsreels of World War II had machine guns blazing the path toward the Axis on one reel another reel had Cowboys with their guns blazing toward Indians. Is it any wonder that a nine-year child had his butt glued to a seat in the row closest to the stage? Never in my wildest dreams did I ever think I'd write a novel much less one concerning such influences. It was only natural that Truth, Justice, and the American Way would prevail in the movies. Right and wrong would always triumph lead by Ken Maynard and Dwight Eisenhower. (Of course you don't have a clue as to who in the world was Ken Maynard. Surely you remember Roy Rogers.) Time is the factor of difference. Of course "TIME" controls my novel.