ISBN 978-1-60264-492-2, $14.99, 199 pages.
On this day in the early spring of 2008, Steven Heidelberg was only doing his job when he ended up in the wrong place, at the wrong time. He crossed paths with the very dangerous and deadly Russian assassin Ivan Morozov, who had been using the name Stan Emerson and was in Florida attempting to locate Steven's boss, Ernie Radix, who has stolen millions of dollars from the Russian government. Morozov was sent here to get it back, before Radix, who was awaiting trial, was sent to jail for the crimes that he had committed.
After his near death encounter with the dangerous and deadly Russian assassin, Steven Heidelberg was in a fight for his life and his journey became an endless battle filled with pain and death.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Hamilton grew up in Metuchen, New Jersey, and attended Metuchen High School. It is the same town and school where David Copperfield grew up and was a student. He earned his bachelor's degree from Jersey City State College, and after joining the Army, a few years later, he became a certified military instructor. Over the course of his twenty year military service, he earned the rank of Sergeant First Class, performed Basic Electronics instructor duties at Fort Gordon, Georgia, and served in two wars: the Gulf War in 1991 and the Iraq War in 2003. Among his decorations are: five Army Accommodation Medals, three Army Achievement Medals, and six Good Conduct Medals. He is married, has two children, a house in Georgia, and a Siberian husky. Raymond's interests include spending time with family, traveling, boating, fishing, basketball, and playing chess. The non-fiction novel "The Road to America's Economic Meltdown," published in May 2009, was his first. "Identity Assumption," is his first in fiction.