From June 1963, following the author's graduation from the Harvard Business School, until April 2005, when he sold his Resort Hotel company. Mr. Zuckerman enjoyed the privilege of working for forty-two years as a entrepreneurial problem solving leader in what many people regarded as the Golden Age of American Commerce. Through-out his career he would witness, hear, or become aware of major events that appeared to have a significant influence over people's lives, some positive and some not so beneficial. Provided with the free time of retirement, Mr. Zuckerman has concentrated his attention on researching contemporary events, the consequences of which, have been instrumental on peoples' lives.
While the history of free enterprise is clearly dominated by the many stories of high-minded success, there have been situations where resources were misdirected and manipulated in the pursuit of self-serving agendas, frequently achieved at the public's expense. Mr. Zuckerman uses his writing easel to illustrate what can happen when a small fictional group, “The Six Sentinels” decide to oppose the efforts and those of irresponsible intentions. To create the plot for each of his books, the author has chosen to connect the dots of history. By telling the story through the fictional lives of the principal players, he hope to create an entertaining was of portraying historical events that may be reoccurring in present time.