Robert Copeland was an ordinary teacher who sometimes took odd jobs during his summer vacation. During his past several years of teaching, he had previously gone abroad several times during his summer break to deliver unclassified embassy documents. This is one summer the job comes looking for Robert. Robert is approached by Hampton McKeever, the notorious self-employed spymaster, to travel to different locations and take pictures for him. It all sounds harmless enough, but Robert can't shake the feeling that something more sinister is in the works. Robert Copeland doesn't want to be a spy and doesn't want to work for McKeever. He has no experience or training in that field. But he can't quite say no, due to his natural curiosity and McKeever's ways of insisting. Robert is a dud in all that he does, but somehow manages to survive and accidentally excels at his task. Of course, he does receive a little help a young Indian man named Little Eagle. His summer vacation turns out to be the most unexpected and memorable turn of events. This is the third book in the Little Eagle Series. The other four are: Indian Summer, Christmas With Little Eagle, The Golden Cross, and White Panther's Legacy.