Sanity Check is the third novel in the Alan Llewellyn series which follows math teacher and former U.S. Navy officer Alan Llewellyn as he gets caught up in the murky world of Chinese espionage.
Sanity Check asks an interesting question: How does the President of the United States know he is getting the best and most honest information from the vast U.S. Intelligence community? How does he know that the daily briefs and frequent reports he is receiving, which have been produced by numerous hands, are free of hidden agendas and political spin? Sanity Check explores this issue.
The main character, Alan Llewellyn, is hired by Jim Kehoe, his high school classmate and now President of the U.S., to form a small secret group to execute a 'sanity check' on material that Kehoe gets from his intelligence providers. While setting up this sub rosa group, Alan stumbles upon covert activities of China's intelligence service which has agents deep undercover in Richmond, Virginia. Action oscillates between clandestine espionage and bloody violence in this shadow-war.
John McClure, president of Signalman Publishing, states, "This is a fascinating novel with a real-world premise. We are honored and delighted to bring the third novel in the Alan Llewellyn series to the reading public."
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About Walt Breede
Walt Breede grew up in White Plains, New York and is a graduate of the U.S. Naval Academy. After leaving White Plains at the age of eighteen, he lived in Annapolis, Maryland, Northern Virginia, Southern California, Vietnam, Oklahoma, Central California, Japan, and Ankara, Turkey. He’s been married to Elizabeth for nearly fifty years. They live in South Florida and have been blessed with five children and four grandchildren. Walt speaks Turkish, Italian, German, Uzbek and Azeri. He carried the torch for the 1996 Atlanta Olympics along with Bruce
Jenner, Sarah Evans and Muhammed Ali.
About Signalman Publishing
Signalman Publishing is an independent book publisher based in Kissimmee, Florida. Signalman has a wide range of thought-provoking literature from non-fiction titles on economics, education, and strategy to literary fiction.