He was an agent for the Secret Intelligence Division (SID), and the Defense Intelligence Division (DIA), and he'd also been delegated the power by these agencies to ratify and intervene in international terrorist activities because of his unique ability to perceive matters beyond the range of ordinary perceptions. But, there was a serious problem involving this particular situation. He had always relied on some kind of evidence before these perceptions were activated. For example, someone may have been spotted in the area of a crime scene at the time of the crime; or police might find an object that a suspect has no explanation or alibi for a particular period of time, but no such circumstantial evidence existed, only the wind, and how does one interrogate the Wind? Agent Modine had been assigned the case and task of tracking down the executors of these devasting forces.Highsmith, T. O. is the author of 'Book of Stone', published 2001 under ISBN 9780971473003 and ISBN 0971473005.