The President's Wife is Missing
by Mitchell Micone
David Malone is a private detective with a unique specialty–he can find anyone, anywhere in the world providing he has a picture of them, he knows their name, and they are near a mirror. They have to be near a mirror because he finds them by staring into the special mirror on his bedroom wall and coming out near them as a mirror walker.
No one believes that David actually finds people in his mirror, but when First Lady Helena Travis is kidnaped– apparently by the Chinese– Secret Service Agent Mark Nash seeks out the nutjob that his brother, Detective Robert Nash, swears can find people, living or dead, no matter where they are.
The kidnappers, who have made it look like the Chinese are behind the kidnaping, are sure that President Douglas Travis is crazy enough to send the missiles to China just because his wife was missing. So, finding her is not just a matter of rescuing the President’s wife. Returning her to Washington is the only way to avert World War Three.
Agent Nash tells David, “Every US agency on earth is on full alert and looking for anything, anywhere, no matter how off the wall, that might help us find her. But they are coming up empty. You are more of a ‘Hail, Mary’ pass in the last two seconds of the game.”
Sometimes those last second passes score the winning touchdown.
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Mitchell Micone is currently retired from his previous professions and is full-time camping throughout the United States and Canada. Retirement allows him to travel freely while spending time writing for both fun and profit.
Mitchell’s highly varied career has included work as a computer programmer, an electronic engineer, a technical support officer in the intelligence community, a technical writer, and for the past thirty years, an ordained pastor.
He has lived mostly in the Midwest, but has traveled extensively throughout the United States and Canada. In addition, while working for “Big Brother,” he dealt with many foreign cultures and had significant travel overseas. This myriad of places and people help form the setting and story of many of his writings.