Intent to Deceive. 

A beautiful Russian double agent narrowly escapes certain death on a Russian waterfront. She subsequently uses her Olympic high bar experience to vault past two assassination attempts. Anastasia has no idea who has betrayed her and intends her harm – are her enemies Russian, Kazakh, Chechen, or the CIA? And she is completely unaware of how these perfidies are related to missing Kazakhstani nuclear warheads – weapons that will soon be threatening the safety of tens of millions of innocent people.

Does Anastasia need the assistance of the American submarine captain who retrieved her under fire from Vladivostok? Will her pride even permit him to help? Together will they be able to thwart the international thieves? And will love, death or the mushroom of a nuclear explosion bloom on the snowy steppes of Kazakhstan?


Intent to Betray (Available late March 1918)

When the Cold War ended, the Philippine Islands replaced Berlin. They are now the nexus of world conflict. They have the largest Muslim nation in the world to their south, pirates nipping at their flanks and enemies across the South China Sea. In addition, Filipinos are weakened by a myriad of choppy foreign personalities that have adopted the Philippines as home. Lately, while native Filipinos have striven to keep their equilibrium, China has been aggressively moving to take advantage. The United States Navy has been deployed to redress that balance. Is it too late?

In this land of beautiful people, sensual culture and quicksilver alliances, is another layer of bones about to deposited in the Phillipine rain forest?


Syrian Entry. (In process).

Neutralizing an anthrax production facility.