In the annals of human history, there have been very few battles fought which decide, not only the outcome of wars, but the fate of nations for generations to come. The battle fought at the tiny Village of Plattsburgh, New York, was such a contest.
A large cent caked with verdigris is not typically found on a collector's want list, but it should be. It is a relic, and like a rusty hand-wrought nail dug from a flowerbed, it has a story. Who lost it? When? And, how did this lowly cent survive the onslaught of Mother Nature?
Only to be re-united later in terror, vibrant evangelist Amy Brown leaves her dreamy eyed pastor husband Benjamin during an Islamic in-pouring in their church. With an uptick in attacks and be-headings, black libertine newsman Guy Alexander grows ever less politically correct, and in spite of FBI surveillance.