Peter G. Engelman
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Maryland CPA's Recognize Local Author
8/8/2004 9:52:07 AM
The July/August issue of the MACPA publication, "The Statement," has an interesting article about one of its members, Peter G. Engelman CPA, who is featured in its Member Spotlight.
I was very happy to give Bill Sheridan, Editor of the MACPA Statement, an interview. He came to my office and spent a good hour asking me how and why I changed careers and how I got started writing. After the interview, he took several photos, one of which appeared in the publication.
I am currently working on my fifth book, tentatively titled "Conspiracy Down Under," a fictional account of a man who goes sailing in the Bermuda Triangle. During the course of his adventure, he finds himself in another dimension as a result of having been sucked into a black wormhole. Although he is ultimately rescued, the story doesn't end there. The CIA has a secret project where they are studying these types of paranormal events and they want to hear all about this happening.
Together with help from a Duke professor and a top secret research vessel, the CIA tries to duplicate the time travel only to discover that black wormholes are hard to find.
A little romance and some espionage complete the receipe for a very interesting read.
I hope to have the novel completed this fall. Thanks for keeping up with me.
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