At that point Little Roger sets a new goal for himself, not only does he want to get an A on his history paper about Frenchville but now he also wants to kill a deer and become a man! He knows what he must do but it is something very new to him and he must find a way to reconcile the task with the outcome. With only a couple of days left in the hunting season, will Little Roger kill a deer and become a man?
To kill time on an otherwise boring and mundane tower guard shift, Brown thinks about what he calls his Big Four: Should he leave the Army when his enlistment term ends in a couple of months? Should he convert to Islam like so many young African-American men do? Should he pop the question to his girlfriend, Tywanna?
And most important of all, what is in that package Tywanna said she sent to him, by DHL so that it would get there in time? Tywanna is his one and only; he loves her and her daughter, Danielle, more than anything. He can envision their life and their future together. And then Brown receives the package, and it changes everything. There’s no turning back, there’s no do-over, and his life will never be the same.
After completing training as an Army journalist at the Defense Information School, Jack receives orders to report to Fort Leavenworth, Kansas. His new roommate is Specialist Dustin Boros, who has all the qualities of a successful entrepreneur—charisma and ambition, endless patience, a willingness to take risks, an eye for talent, and an uncanny knack to schmooze. The only problem is that Boros’ business is managing an illegal cash crop of marijuana. When Jack discovers Boros and his cohorts are operating a drug ring, he has no idea that his roommate is creating an elaborate plan to get him kicked out of the Army.
In this gripping military thriller, one man must fight to defend his honor amidst corruption and evil and he’s under the gun to solve the puzzle before it is too late.