We are placed on the merry-go-round as babies and most of us leave as old men and women, but the things we do while going from one place to the next has all to do with what and who we are more than anything else other than our genetics. You have heard that old saying, “What goes around, comes around.” I really think that is one way to look at our situation and our relationship with others. This story is in that vein. Our spy, Robert Copeland will be called upon to save his friend Little Eagle who at one time stepped forward to save him in a previous book, Little Eagle Saves A Spy. My comments here are not intended to describe that book, but it is mentioned briefly in order to get the gist of the reason this book came about. This story is reversed in who saves whom, and the situation is reversed in an unsure way in order for the reader who has read the first book and knows there is a big difference in the strength and fortitude of Little Eagle and the seemingly lack of those characteristics in our main character Robert Copeland, but, having said that, Robert always somehow gets the job done and usually get rewarded for it.