The Boulder Creek Project
About the Book
Do not let the title fool you. This story has absolutely nothing to do with a flood control project or a Parks and Recs project! As in his first novel, the Pen Project, the author, Peter Eisenhut, combines espionage, romance, and historical events into one suspense-thrilling story. The Boulder Creek Project takes place in 1988, twenty years after the Pen Project. The author recounts a last-ditch effort by the Soviet Union to maintain their image as a powerful worldwide nuclear force by crippling our missile defense early warning system. The Soviets conspire with the Chinese to introduce a Trojan virus into computer code that the IBM Corporation is about to release to the Department of Defense. Jon Wilson, now a high-level officer in the CIA, enlists the help of Peter Troutman, now a senior-level employee at IBM. They work together with the FBI in an attempt to save the United States from Soviet aggression. Will they be able to prevent the occurrence of a doomsday scenario?
About the Author
Peter Eisenhut lives in Columbia, Maryland with his wife Jean, and is proud to say that he and his wife are the parents of five, the grandparents of nine, and the great-grandparents of two. He is a graduate of Cornell University and the University of Rochester with career experience in the fields of operations analysis, business planning, and management. For much of his career, he worked for the IBM Corporation, retiring after 25 years of service. Then for almost 20 years after that, he managed his own consulting business. Peter has always enjoyed writing and public speaking, and during his career, he published and presented many technical papers. Now, when not spending time on family matters, he does volunteer work, watches TV mysteries, and writes novels based upon his career experiences. His second novel, The Boulder Creek Project is a sequel to his first novel, The Pen Project. You may read more about these books and about the author on the following web site: www.PeterEisenhut-Author.com