Major Franklin Williamson was the commander of an ultra secret team of soldiers attached to the CIA so deep it was unknown except for a select few in the highest echelons of the government. Faced with the annihilation of his team on a rescue mission he must sacrifice himself in order for them to escape.
The terrorists thought they had a bargaining chip they could bend to do their bidding. What they did not count on was the resourcefulness and determination of the major nor the fierce loyalty of the ghost team members.
John Morgan served in the military of the United States for 32 years, first with the Strategic Air Command of the U. S. Air Force then with the U. S. Army and KY. Army National Guard. Afterwards he again retired from the Kentucky Department of Military Affairs - Facilities Division after 17 years. Due to health concerns he retired from the Keeneland Security Department after 8 years of service. This, his third book to be published, is drawn heavily on his time in the military.