In Just Ten Days
Dr. Joshua Petersen, a professor of international studies at George Washington University and a former CIA intelligence analyst, is approached by the U.S. Secretary of State with a mysterious envelope that he and only he must hand deliver to the Secretary-General of the United Nations, "In Just Ten Days." Petersen has no idea why he was selected or what the envelope contains, but he must deliver it unopened or face grave consequences. Along the way, there are a number of seemingly unrelated political assassinations around the globe, orchestrated by a person of Petersen's past that he would like to forget, Rolf von Lippenburg, CEO of Global Inc. and leader of "Aryan Nation." Petersen must take the envelope to the U.N. and help stop any future assassinations before it is too late. There is an interesting reveal at the United Nations and a second one at Petersen's family cabin in northern Wisconsin, leading to an interesting conclusion. The book sets the stage for the second book in the series, ST. CHRISTOPHER.