An authorized biography of Frank Maria (1913-2001), a tough, compassionate battler for peace and justice for all parties in the war torn Middle East. Frank’s lifetime service to God and nation are followed from his Depression-era upbringing in Lowell, MA, through the beginnings of a promising career in labor management and political analysis. As war breaks in 1967, however, Frank abandons his best interests to concentrate his talents, attention, and energies on making Americans aware of the tragedy facts of the Holy Land. Through the next several decades and repeated wars, Frank dogs politicians, religious leaders, and journalists about rethinking the one-sided approach to the Palestinian/Israeli question, which prevents peace. Had they heeded this voice from the wilderness, today’s world would be far safer.