Are you who you think you are, who others think you are, or who you think others think you are?
Unaware he has triggered a chain of events that will lead to a nuclear holocaust in the 1987 post-cold war era, an amateur novelist must transform himself and travel halfway around the world to prevent World War 3.
Set in the 1987 post-cold war era, Bob Cain subconsciously covets New York book editor Merrill Hallstrom’s life and lifestyle. The two acquaintances begin working together on an idea Bob has for a book, a fictional biography of Benedict Arnold that carries enough facts to make one ponder, “it could have really happened, but no one will ever know.” By not following Merrill’s specific instructions, upon publication of the book, Bob triggers a chain of events that will lead to a nuclear holocaust. As such he must transform himself again and again while he travels halfway around the world to the Soviet Union in an attempt to prevent World War 3. In the end, Bob discovers that through focus and ingenuity, he can become the man he truly wants to be. It could have really happened, but no one will ever know…