a novel by Steve Willetts
Once an adrenaline filled youth, Mason is the antithesis of his former self. Enveloped into his early forties, he has started to experience the let down that life so often serves to a responsible family man.
Fifteen years of marriage, two kids and his job in Information Technology is not exactly giving Mason a reason to jump out of bed in the morning. The tragic attacks of September 11 give him the opportunity to put some excitement back in his life. This is not the first time that tragedy pumped up his adrenaline.
A call from an old friend places Mason back in the chase he desires. Although he is not the macho kid that used a sniper rifle and bold tactics to harass drug lords in the 80’s, Mason is experiencing a rush again. This time the enemy is world-wide, high tech and driven by religious and political convictions. The rules of engagement are different. Mason is different.
Mason has to find a way to hide this new endeavor from his family, friends and employer. He is learning that his new responsibility is challenging his beliefs.
Across the world in
It’s hard to kill someone that you admire, especially the second time.