Morrow, Jan 2005, 24.95, 256 pp.
American Secretary of Commerce Donald Howard witnesses first hand the devastation of AIDS on Africans while visiting the continent. He also receives some intriguing but volatile information about the Kennedy assassination that paints quite a different picture than that of the official one. Not long afterward, Donald and his Secret Service agent Alex Deavers die when their vehicle is blown up.
CIA Director Kilmer Gray assigns his top assassin rogue agent Luther Green to kill Deavers who apparently somehow survived the blast and probably set the bomb. Luther goes after his former mentor in the manner that Deavers trained him to be, professional at all times, though he has doubts that his teacher committed the act. He trails his prey through east coast cities, but seems to be always too late until they meet up in Luther's hometown of Detroit where the student's family and friends are pawns in a world of spies.
The review of this Book prepared by Harriet Klausner