“THIS BOOK WILL ONE DAY BE REGARDED AS A TRULY UNIQUE GREAT AMERICAN SPY NOVEL! As unfathomable as it sounds, it’s “Selma” meets Ian Fleming’s James Bond.”
Beauregard Freidkin “The Midnite Review”
In 1961, during the hottest days of the Cold War, at the dawn of the Civil Rights Movement, in a time when the Superpowers are deploying psychic spies behind the Iron Curtain to engage in intrigue and espionage, the CIA discovers a man who just may be the most powerful remote viewer of them all: a Black prison convict named John.
Although they hate him because of the color of his skin, although they fear him because of his unnatural abilities, the CIA secretly ‘baptizes’ John into the world of espionage. From Montgomery, Alabama to Istanbul, Turkey, from the Orient Express to Washington, D.C., from Marilyn Monroe’s final moments to the Cuban Missile Crisis countdown, John walks unseen through the annals of history, in its shadow.
And this is only book one.