Not too far in the future, Matthew Kittle, an investigative reporter for a Washington, D.C. based national newspaper uncovers a scheme that could shake the foundation of the United States Government if it were to become public knowledge. Besides being a reporter; Kittle had an alternative motive in doing the research on this particular operation that was being carried out under the radar of the United States Government. People in the higher hierarchy of the government were directly involved in this scheme. A few days before Kittle is to release the story for publication, he is found dead at his home in Washington, D.C. apparently from a suicide. His paper decides to turn Kittleas investigation over to two cub reporters; Stan Barton and Sarah Jameison neither of whom would draw attention to their real intent. Stan and Sarah discover from Kittleas notes, key elements are missing that would tie the parts of the puzzle together. Apparently Kittle kept the missing pieces lock away mentally. They decide to retrace step by step the investigative process Kittle took to expose the international operation that was detrimental to the security of the United States. Their investigation takes them to several locals in the United States and around the globe. Once the operation is exposed; it has a profound impact on the U.S Government as well as other parties that were involved in the scheme.Eight minutes after the phone call had ended, the crew, in a black Ford Excursion , pulled around the corner from ... With gloved hands, the bump key was inserted into the lock, hit forcefully and opened the lock with no problems so theanbsp;...
|Title||:||The Peabody Connection|
|Publisher||:||AuthorHouse - 2008-02-19|