by Steven Porter

The private jet of United States Senator Irwin Rubin explodes in mid-air. The senator's estranged son, David, is drawn into an investigation of the cause of his father's death. The events which follow involve David in one of the most bizarre espionage cases of the nuclear age.

About the Author
Steve was born in New York City in 1943 and grew up in the New York Metropolitan area. He earned BS, MA, PhD, and PD degrees in Fine Arts and Educational Administration, and taught on the college and secondary levels from 1967 to 2003. His last twenty years in education were spent as a public school administrator and college professor in Binghamton, New York and at Mercyhurst College in Erie, Pennsylvania. He has received many awards and honors in Fine Arts and Education, including two Grammy Awards for the Rod Serling School of Fine Arts which he founded. Steve began publishing in 1969 and continues to write and publish. To date he has written over 125 works for the concert and theatrical stage as well as 17 books ranging in topics from Fine Arts and Education to Political Philosophy and Fiction. A lifelong Democrat, Steve was active in the 1968 Presidential Campaign of Senator Robert Kennedy. In 1988, he worked for a physician friend running for the New York State Senate. When his friend subsequently moved from the state, the Democratic Party approached him to run for that office, which he did. During his residence in Binghamton, Steve was also very active in the Sister Cities Program initiated by Binghamton Mayor Juanita Crabb. With the Mayor, he traveled several times to Binghamton├?┬?s Sister City of Borovichi in Russia on cultural, diplomatic, and commercial missions. After moving from New York to the Erie area, Steve became the Democratic candidate for Congress in the 3rd CD of Pennsylvania. Steve has been married to his wife, Rita, since 1974. They have no children. For the past twenty years, Steve and his wife have devoted their time to the cause of animal welfare. For many years, Rita was the Area Coordinator for Guiding Eyes for the Blind, and together they have raised several Guide Dog puppies. More recently, their work with animals has expanded to include the rescue of many abused and abandoned dogs. Steve continues to be active as a director and educator and enjoys several leisure activities including an avid interest in golf.


ISBN 9780962537271
140 pages

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