Roger Sheehan leads a treacherous path to the highest seat in the nation. A CIA top secret is underway in the South of France. Construction of an ultramodern nuclear reactor is put on a flash drive and falls into the hands of an American senator. Hitmen from the CIA are closing in on Paul Bradley, but the flash drive is up to the highest bidder. It reaches a zenith point on twisted metal 380 feet up at a resort on a Caribbean Island. Marianne Sheehan is standing at the threshold of Washington’s world power holders. Deception and distrust hang over the capital, turning its lightsome image dark and gray.