The Rescue of Beloved
by Mitchell Micone
World War 3 looks imminent!
David Malone’s special skill of going through mirrors to find people enabled him to rescue the First Lady when she was kidnapped by an unknown group bent on starting a war with China. That sinister group is back with plan B. This time, however, they are making sure that David can’t derail their evil plans. Their first step as they move to put their new plan into action is to kidnap David and lock him away under twenty-four hour guard someplace where there are no mirrors and no shiny surfaces.
What they didn’t realize was that David was not alone when they struck. He was mirror walking with Chi, his protégée, so that they could watch a movie together in his living room. She manages to make contact with “Warrior Robert”– Detective Robert Nash– and tell him that “Beloved” has been taken.
Chi and her grandmother, Kong Ling, come to Iowa to help find David, but the war plotters somehow know of their involvement and try to kill them as they arrive. From that point on, Detective Robert, Momma Ling, Chi, and one of Robert’s fellow officers, Sargent Lucy Garcia, must go underground as they attempt to rescue Beloved and once again save the world from what could possibly be the beginning of World War Three.
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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.