Peter Cichon spent countless hours
daydreaming about leaving his trucking
job behind to transition into a career at an airline.
He worked sixty-five hours a week, living in his car on weekends, to make the transition in the early 1990s. His new career as a ramp agent exhilarated Peter and made him proud. He became a leader at his airline, where sexual harassment and racism were rampant. In addition to exceeding expectations on the job, Peter became a defender for colleagues who were beleaguered victims of a trio of aggressors. Standing against them proved traumatic for Peter. This novel, based on fact, tells his story.