How did Daniel do it? How can one adhere to Christian values in a corrupt world? How does one determine the most expedient path when choosing the lesser of the evils? Born into a farming family in Indiana, Jay Edwards, along with his wife and family, has been a missionary and agricultural businessman in South America since 1987. Challenged by the difficulty of dealing first-hand with decisions pertaining to bribes, extortion, threats, unfair bidding processes, political favoritism, blackmail, kickbacks, and other unethical practices, Edwards realized that the Daniel of the Bible, in all probability, faced these issues also. If God could guide Daniel in ancient Babylon, the cradle of perversity, then He could surely guide the author through the labyrinth of politically charged ethical dilemmas so often encountered in South American bureaucracy. This fast-paced historical fiction poses possible solutions for Daniel and his friends. The book includes as an appendix, Issues Daniel Faced, which provides interesting questions and themes which may be used as a discussion guide for similar issues in our world today.