Defender Is A Gripping Story That Defies Description And Genres. Part Christian Faith Story, Part Romance, Part Action, Part International Intrigue, Part American Adventure, Part Spy Thriller And Political Potboiler, Defender Has It All. One Lonely Day In Kansas Farm Country, A Passing College Professor Encounters Her Biggest “Surprise Package” Ever, A Too Handsome, Too Intelligent, Too Faithful, Battered And Mangled FBI Agent And His Equally Battered And Mangled Government Issued Car At The Side Of The Road. Follow Agent Gareth “Dru” McFadyn And His “Random” Traveling Companion, Kate Greenwood, On Their Odyssey Of Love, Adventure, Faith, Morality, And Patriotism. Follow Them Left, Follow Them Right, Follow Them To Hell And Back, Follow Them To The End, Just Follow This Silly Book, People. For Once In Your Lifetime, Take A Risk And Give It A Shot, You Might Actually Happen To Like It, I Know I Did. This is my personal pledge for 10% of all proceeds from the sale of this book, I pledge 10% to the Janet C. Smyth Foundation Inc, with a twofold mission of funding Ovarian Cancer research (not more useless awareness campaigns), and funding patient malpractice advocacy, so that patient malpractice does not simply continue getting swept under the rug because “its good for business”. Why do I do this? Because although my late mother and grandfather were somewhat politically aligned in an eww, ick, conservative direction, they were social do gooders at heart, and gave to charity, when they still had free money to do so, of course before (unscrupulous corporate weasels, I grumbled to Brother Connor that this world is built by men who are takers) medical expenses made everyone poor. Yes, there is something in it for me, the remaining 40-90% royalties on this book, a boys gotta eat and keep his lights on, but I also believe in helping the poor and disenfranchised, having personally suffered through poverty and homelessness alongside my family. I do not believe in whitewashing a checkered past once Ive social climbed my way into the “in” group, the way people in power often do. I do not recall the specific verse, but easier for a heavily packed camel to pass the eye of a needle than a rich man to enter the kingdom of heaven. He who dies with the most toys still dies, and is still out of time to play with them.