International espionage, counterintelligence, and covert operations are the backdrop for an international duo of assassins, who must confront the double-dealing, treachery, lies, and shifting of allegiance from their government, allies, family, and friends. Lines are drawn as family bonds are broken, leading to grudges, rivalry, and betrayal. Will disloyalty, breach of trust, and ultimately hate, destroy one of the oldest and most powerful Japanese clan?
An Elite Special Force, Code Blue was responsible for the elimination of all threats to the national interest of the United States and her allies. After years of service, the members of the group began questioning their role and the treatment that awaited them once they returned to civilian life. Not liking the direction in which the country was going, they formulated a plan to pull off one of the boldest operations that will affect the five boroughs of New York City.
Newman had relived the yelling and the desperate cries over and over in his head. The eerie sounds, lamenting lyrics, and shouts of; it’s a dark place; wait for the dawn of a new day, arise, arise, as the night, lit by an unusually bright star, hovered above the forest, frightening the townspeople.
Her story begins on a small ship, traveling alone. No one knew who paid her way. She stayed to herself. After several hours at sea, she and the other passengers boarded a small boat. It was a long trip. The mist and cold left most of the passengers freezing. The cloak she wore hid her face. The lowlands swamp area was visible through the cold evening mists. Reaching shore, the passengers disembarked, they were led to a makeshift checkpoint by a group of villagers whose faces displayed no emotions; and who decides who stays in their village and who goes.
I finally decided to write about my life growing up in New York City. From attending P.S. 70 in the Bronx and ending my high school years in Brooklyn, before going on to Queens College, my story will give you a glimpse into the early 1970s and throughout the 1980s, bellbottom pants, platform shoes, Afros, Superfly, Melinda, Cooley High, gangs like the Savage Nomads, Chingalings, Black Spades, Zulu Nation, dance spots like The Disco Fever aka the Fever. Jamaican clubs like Lambert’s, Love People, Ozone Layer, Amazura, Village Hut, Q Club, the Empire Roller Skating Rink, Claremont Park, White Plains Road, The Valley, Flatbush, Vanderveer Projects, Mitchel Projects, Bed-Stuy, Kings Highway, Halsey Street, Saratoga Avenue, Willis Avenue, Mott Haven Projects, Jamaican gangs in the early 1970s and early 1980s, The Untouchables, Kirkie, Spanglers, Rockfort Massive aka Forty, and my early years as a member of the Five-Percent Nation.