Disclosing the Secret
by Vincent Amato
Jake Marcel never wanted anything to do with the military, let alone the intelligence community.
He was the grandson of Major Jesse Marcel, formerly of the 509th Bomb Group for the US Air Force; his grandfather was set up as the man who mistook a downed weather balloon for a crashed extraterrestrial craft allegedly reported by the US military in the 1940s.
Jake’s father had also joined the military and retired as a decorated and respected colonel, but Jake still grew up with the ridicule of his grandfather’s much publicized mistake and chose not to believe in the stories of what his grandfather once found in the desert.
But when Jake uses details of his father’s bedtime stories to solve an engineering problem of his own, he draws the attention of the National Security Agency. To protect their seven-decade old web of secrets surrounding the crash from being unraveled, the NSA deploys their most secret Black Ops detachments to neutralize Jake. Reluctantly, Jake accepts the help of a government scientist who warns him of the imminent threat and seeks Jake’s assistance in bringing forth disclosure of the government’s cover-up.
The revelations shared by the scientist have the power to transform our civilization’s perception of the universe and the world we live in. As Jake struggles to examine his own beliefs, he uncovers an object that has profound implications on the question of whether or not humans are alone in the universe. The truth, he will learn, is more explosive than he could ever have been prepared for.
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Category: Thrillers – Assassinations