Following a rash of bizarre mass murders at the outer fringes of the earth, murders that mummify victims and leave no trace of evidence, The President of the United States receives an anonymous blackmail letter from the terrorist. If the president does not adhere to the perpetrator's fanatic agenda of radical public policy changes on a strict time line, group assassinations of holocaust proportions will occur in densely populated centers.
The chief executive teams a young forensic doctor, Gilbert "Sneetz" Schnetele, with an old investigative journalist, Albert Muldoon, to head Operation Worldsafe, the commission mandated to identify and destroy the terrorist and disarm the WMD to avoid a threatened massacre in Washington on The Fourth of July. The assignment becomes progressively more daunting as the deadline for disaster approaches.
The cliff-hanging pursuit takes Sneetz on an international odyssey loaded with land mines and pot holes.
Some Kind of Angel is a fast-paced story of how a man's heroism is revealed when, under tremendous personal pressure, he makes choices and takes actions contrary to his own avowed values.