Book One: Declassified. In this highly researched docu-drama novel, we discover we are never finished with the buried secrets of WW II all these years later. The story answers the historical question, "e;why didn't General Eisenhower sign the German surrender in France on 7 May 1945, even though he was in the building?"e; Two people were defecting to General Eisenhower in the schoolhouse in Reim, France on the German surrender signing day. The documents that convinced Ike to give these two defectors asylum remained buried for 65 years. When the documents are discovered nearly 70 years later, people begin to die, and a grandfather tries to kill his grand-daughter. But she has the last laugh. She kills him first. The protection network of retired intelligence officers known as Metaphor, fails in their mission to protect the secret keeper, the late in life, adult daughter of General Eisenhower's personal navigator. The asset the Metaphor Group has been protecting since the end of WW II is the main objective of the manhunt. The manhunt is on.