Published: February 2018
The NSA (National Security Agency) remained secretive for a reason. Asaying behind the scenes was, 'If no one talks, then no one dies.'The NSA, then the CIA (Central Intelligence Agency), were setup afterWWII, being fuelled by government moneys, yet both classified as'independent' ... controlled by a select group of some of the mostpowerful men in America.Dr Max Stroheim spent 34 years with the NSA from its inception, yet never talked of the incrediblethings he saw. The risks to his family were too great. Max's closest colleagues had talked ... and died.On his deathbed Max hints to his only son, an underachieving LA journalist named CJ Stroheim, todelve into the NSA's secretive past. Max knew that his son would be eager to follow through, havingmeticulously planned a series of research based puzzles and codes which may ultimately lead CJ tothe truth behind 'The Six Secrets'.With an opportunity to learn more about his father's secretive past, CJ has a new sense o
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