That year, egos, personal vendettas, office rivalry, a host of intrigues, and political ambitions place a young FBI agent at the head of what must be the final investigation ordered by the country's young new President. Once in the country, the agent quickly realizes that what he has subscribed for is much more complicated than just an unashamedly unsolved murder case.
The political flavor of the book is worthy of the journalist's caliber and of the positions he took in this petri dish for violence against members of the press. The name "Jean DOMINIQUE" naturally brings to mind the unique image of a microphone that he considered as his only weapon. In the interest of this book, the author presents the journalist within a dimension unknown to the public where he had his feelings, emotions and friends like everyone. And from that dimension, emerges Agent McLintaugh from the FBI.