After serving in the Air Force and working with NASA the idea of an aircraft such as the Zodiac existing is possible.
Washington, DC (PRWEB) February 14, 2014
International relations are built on a foundation of mutual trust. What can go wrong when that trust breaks down or begins to fade?
Based on author E.C. Croslin’s own experiences in the Air Force and as a NASA employee, new book “Operation Zodiac,” explores the give and take of international agreements.
The story follows NSA Agent John Fernandez, as he searches for a missing high-tech spy jet shared by 12 member nations in the UN. As mutual trust dissolves, Agent Fernandez must search for the missing aircraft in order to save the crew of the ship and prevent an impending war.
Croslin’s own experience in the Air Force and his time working for NASA sparked the ideas for this book and lends realistic details to the storyline.
“After serving in the Air Force and working with NASA the idea of an aircraft such as the Zodiac existing is possible,” said Croslin.
Spurred by a love of spies and science fiction, Croslin’s novel explores more serious and relevant issues such as international relations, politics and national security.
"Operation Zodiac: Tale of the Jaguar"
By E.C. Croslin
Available at Amazon, Barnes and Noble and Xlibris.
About the author:
Everett Croslin Sr. has served in the United States Navy and United States Air Force, serving in Desert Storm and Desert Shield. Croslin attended Coppin State College where he studied political science and Morgan State University where he studied psychology, creative writing and script writing. Croslin worked for NASA for nine months before serving 18 years as a police officer in Maryland. Besides novels, Croslin enjoys composing and arranging music.