About To Trap A Savage
by Dixon Green
2003 Edition: Perfect bound; 136 pages ; 5.5 x 8.5 inches
In the covert world of international espionage, who stands out
as a major figure? By what scruples or ethics does a CIA agent
live? What roles do love and friendship have in the labyrinth of
intrigue? To Trap a Savage is an account of world affairs from
the close of World War II to the dilemma of Watergate.
Savage, a Comanche Indian who lives by his heritage and
culture, comes out of retirement to search for his missing
friend, Paul Martine - believed dead.
By blending flashbacks with vigorous action and demotic
dialogue, Dixon Green weaves a contemporary mystery,
where one man, Savage, lives both as prey and predator. The
reader follows him, thinking - here is a stoic, a man without
feelings; but as the story unfolds, it is clear that his is an
exceptional, sensitive spirit.
About the Author
Roy Dixon (Dick) Green began his writing career as the producer, director and writer of the
Air Force television series "Eyes to the Sky," produced in Germany in 1957-1958. He was
also editor of the award-winning magazine Taconeer.
Mr. Green is a graduate of Vanderbilt University and after a distinguished career in the Air
Force, retired in 1970. Mr. Green now makes his home in Nashville, Tennessee, where he is
associated with Draughons College.
Charles Y. Green, Jr., (collaborative author) attended George Washington University. He
was a graduate of the Air Command and Staff College and the Senior staff schools of the
Department of Defense. He joined the Central Intelligence Agency in 1949. Mr. Green
served as a senior intelligence duty officer to the Director and from 1962 to 1974 was the
senior CIA representative to the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff and the Secretary of
Defense. He was awarded the Intelligence Medal for "Exceptional Achievement" upon his
retirement in 1974.