This historic novel traces the life of Genius Christopher Storm, from his troubled 1951 birth in New England, to his mysterious 1980 disappearance from a farm in Cambodia.
Author GJ Neumann tells the story mostly in the present tense to draw you, the reader, into the action. You will experience every passion and peril of the main characters.
In horror, you watch as the bullet from Martin's revolver misses the intended target and kills an innocent bystander.
You will be in the audience of thousands, who applaud the inspiring message of the passionate 7-year old prodigy.
Christopher's exciting travel itinerary throughout the US, Canada, Europe, and Asia becomes your itinerary.
When Chris weeps over the tortures and killings during the Cambodian genocide from 1975 to 1979, you will weep.
You rejoice with him when he rescues abused victims of human trafficking crimes in Cambodia and Thailand.
You will share the desperation of the search party in Cambodia, to find Chris and his wife, Heather.
After chapter 36, you will be a step ahead of the FBI, as they try to identify the Thai caller who demands money in exchange for an American infant.