The Rogue Revolutionist
Robert L. Blackburn, author
Charley Black is relatively content?for a sixty-three-year-old reclusive revolutionary stuck in Frankfort, Kentucky. With his wife, house, friends, and money now gone, Charley has nothing to lose as he carries out his personal mission to change the world. While holding down a state job, Charley has been conducting a one-man revolution of reason in virtual anonymity?or so he thinks. Without his knowledge, the government has suddenly developed an unnatural interest in the program of the mind he has designed to return an allegedly insane world to sanity. Unfortunately, those who want Charley?s program of the mind are not interested in his future revolution or his welfare. After Charley learns the government will go to any length to attain what they want, he becomes immersed in a life-and-death struggle to survive as he attempts to discern whom he can trust and who wants to take him down. In this thrilling tale, a rogue revolutionist is suddenly thrust into the battle of his life after the government decides they want to keep secret his computer program of the human mind.