Brain surgeon Russell is confronted with an impossible choice. His eight-year-old daughter has been kidnapped by terrorists, and, unless he agrees to their demands, they plan to bury her alive. Russell must create a computer than uses brain activity to maneuver a robot, which the terrorists plan to use for their own violent purposes. Narrator Alfred Gingold's adrenaline-fueled performance is steeped in menace, and his relentless pace builds up to a riveting conclusion that will leave listeners gasping.
His daughter held hostage by terrorists, NIH neurosurgeon Russell Lawton is forced to assist terrorist in a plot to blow up the nation's capitol. He must find a way to stop them and save his daughter as the clock ticks toward detonation.