Seventeen-year-old Edwin enlisted in the military to avoid going to prison, never expecting his decision to lead him on the deadly adventure of his life. Trained to be the best, he soon adheres to little more than Wild West rules: kill or be killed. While dodging bullets--and catching a few--he makes enemies but serves his country with bravery and honor.
The General's Secret Agent is a thrilling narrative that exposes the inner workings of the military. Filled with intrigue, it is a work of fiction, although much of it is based on the author's own experiences. It would be foolhardy to admit to murder or spying on the government, and yet, these things happen within the bounds of so-called fiction. Can you separate truth from story in this twisted tale of military intelligence?