Security expert at the United Nations, Jason Darvish, knows all about stress. His former assignment was as a naval officer working for the Office of Naval Intelligence. Due to his expertise in Farsi & Dari he helped SEALs in an operation where he had to use his warrior skills. He is charged with discrimination by a UN Assistant Delegate and then two attempts on his life and his girl friend take place. Should he bow to pressure, resign, or fight to keep his honor and honesty? Should he protect his girl friend Anna and protect her from harm? Should he go after the Assistant Delegate who has murdered the UN Delegate? Editor Anna Mason works at the United Nations. Previously she worked as a writer and editor at a Bronx, NYC weekly newspaper She has been burned by a former boyfriend and is afraid to commit to Jason. Should she commit? Should she run away from her fears?
About the Author
Irwin Sadetsky was a school principal for twenty-five years. He served as a Director at the Principal's Center at Long Island University mentoring new school administrators as well as an Adjunct professor at Stony Brook University on Long Island, NY. Sadetsky has written "Iraqi Rebound," A Terrorist on Every Block," "Honorable Choices" plus two non-fiction books used in graduate schools. In a former life he served in the US Navy as a UDT Frogman. Sadetsky contributes his time and talents on social justice issues in Florida. He is the AARP legislative Chairperson in his community