Computer Capers is a riveting story about a league of seven exceptionally intelligent, successful and wealthy businessmen who have decided that America is headed down the path to ruin, to bottom rung status in the global community, with an urgent need to save itself from itself and they are the people to do it. These men have exceptionally high IQs and egos to match and would be a shoe-in for Mensa membership if they were so inclined, but their aspirations lie elsewhere and they are willing to assassinate, to murder, to kill innocent people to get what they want. They call themselves The Last Resort.
They devise a plan to wreak unprecedented and horrendous havoc on the infra- structure of the good old Red, White and Blue with the aim of generating such civil unrest that the populace will rise up and force the remaining powers that be of the Federal Government to meet their demands in an atmosphere of complete collapse and desperate capitulation.
As their plan unfolds, it quickly begins to get the results they seek. The public outcry over the calamities befalling the nation starts to get louder and louder, the fear of what is going to happen next begins to mount, the lack of confidence in the Federal Government to deal with the attacks on its people and the rioting in the streets begin to rise at an alarming rate, everything is developing as anticipated.
However, there’s a retired army general, Henry, Hank to his friends, Aldridge, who’s determined to throw a monkey wrench into the works. Nobody has a clue as to what is going on, but the general plans to find out. Hank’s got a gut that is uncanny when it comes to sensing trouble, so he decides to get involved when the first attack on America’s way of life takes place. He immediately declares his own personal war on the unknown enemy and commits the considerable resources of his company, Sentry, to the perilous mission of search, capture or destroy.
Hank and his staff at Sentry provide analytical and strategical services to governments and large corporations all over the world and are very good at what they do. The nature of their services requires that they keep a low profile, so they stay behind the scenes and avoid the spotlight. The general public has never heard of them. It’s the general’s intention, however, to introduce himself personally to the enemy when he knocks him flat on his ass.
Sentry and The Last Resort are fascinating adversaries and their interaction and the fate of America will keep the reader in suspense until the very end.