Above Black: Project Preserve Destiny Insider Account of Alien Contact & Government Cover-Up
ABOVE BLACK documents the true-life experience of a USAF member, while working for the National Security Agency (NSA) as an electronic intelligence specialist. The book relates, in the first person, his experience as an integral part of a project called Preserve Destiny... a project deeply involved with alien contact.
Dan Sherman is the author of 14 internationally published novels, including The Traitor, The White Mandarin, and The Man Who Loved Mata Hari � all of which have been recently republished in both paperbook and ebook form. Dan's first published novel was The Glory Trap, co-written with poet and musician Robin Williamson of The Incredible String Band, set in Morocco and loosely based on the escapades of Rolling Stones' Brian Jones. The Mole was Dan Sherman's first breakaway novel, reviewed in the New York Times and considered the first "hip" American novel of espionage.
Dan continues to write novels, short stories, and poetry. He makes his home in Los Angeles.