Samuel Hill, a name that resonates with mystery and intrigue. By law, his true identity remains classified until 2085. Serving diligently from March 1976 to July 2006, Hill’s contributions to the Intelligence and Security Command are unparalleled. Recognized for his exceptional operational intelligence during the Cold War, he ventured 110 miles behind the Iron Curtain. Today, despite being 100% permanently and totally disabled, Hill’s spirit remains unbroken.
His series, “Six Days to Zeus,” is not just a collection of words but a testament to resilience, bravery, and sacrifice. Based on true events, the story unfolds on August 6, 2003. Task Force Arc Angel, a part of the highly classified organization known as “the Activity,” was on the brink of completing a 26-month covert operation. But fate had other plans. Mistaken for an Iraqi unit, they faced an unexpected adversary – friendly forces.
“Alive Day,” a chapter (book one of a ten book series) from this series, has caught the attention of Phoenix Pictures, hinting at a potential blockbuster movie adaptation. As readers eagerly await the rest of the series, another chapter (book two) titled “Please Don’t Call Me Hero” delves deeper into Chief’s psyche. A mysterious voice from his past triggers his combat instincts, raising questions about his daughter’s safety and his own memories.
In (book three) “Moral Wounds of War,” the narrative takes a poignant turn. Sometimes, the most profound wounds aren’t physical but scars on the soul. As Chief grapples with PTSD and physical disabilities, a ghost from his past, Mustafa, emerges with sinister plans.
But the series is more than just a gripping tale. It’s a beacon of hope. All proceeds from the sales of the “Six Days to Zeus” series are dedicated to Tier One Tranquility Base (TOTB). This noble initiative aims to combat Veteran suicide, a pressing issue that demands immediate attention. For those inspired by this cause and wishing to contribute, learn more about the TOTB program or make a donation at Tieronebase.org.