I hold a Bachelor’s Degree in History, with an emphasis on Russian history and politics, from the University of Central Florida. My passion for history began at age thirteen when his parents sent him to Washington D.C. to learn about the United States and its governmental processes. The trip sparked my interest in the federal government and the individuals within the Intelligence Community who are responsible for shaping the country’s national policies. The characters in the Project Pegasus Series are drawn from my friendships and interactions with people from within the Intelligence Community at-large, the NRO; the NSA; the CIA; an Admiral and the Master Chief of the Sixth Fleet; Navy Seals, Astronaut John Glenn, and others.
Unique traits: I am very resourceful in getting and finding information and on history. I have an extensive library ranging from 100 year old books from WW1, WW2 and the Third Reich
One Way Roads
Print by Deeds Publishing Writer Governments can change the past…but at what cost? Dr. Függer is a Senior Analyst for the CIA when his research into what would have occurred had Field Marshal Rommel lived leads him to be recruited for Project Pegasus, a U.S. time-travel exploration program. However, Erik soon discovers that an alternate plan to kill another highly influential individual has already been set in motion. Lost in the past, it’s not long before he finds himself fighting for his very life against unknown operatives intent on preventing his success and changing the world forever. Because, as it turns out, the death of his target will ultimately result in the Germans using rockets armed with atomic warheads…in 1944. Now he has a moral dilemma to end all moral dilemmas: to save humanity, he must keep Adolf Hitler alive. ADVANCE PRAISE: "An intriguing diversion from the usual spy thriller-unexpected twists and turns in a plot executed with style and panache. Entertaining and captivating!" - Patricia A, US Senior Intelligence Operative, Retired "A blend of history and storytelling keep you turning pages! - Shannon Rusch, US Navy SEAL Veteran "No one knows what would have happened had Hitler won WW II. This book does a hypothetical and includes some very interesting scenarios, and also includes intrigue, entertaining and provocative thought." - Master SGT William T Barclay, Special Forces, Operations Sgt (18Z) I just finished your book and found that I couldn’t put it down. It was very imaginative, impeccably researched, full of crisp dialogue and descriptions. The characters were well drawn and interesting. It was a real tour de force. You, my friend, have written a first class book. Terry Griffin , US Army Veteran