Hi Peter: Sometimes the good ole subconscious comes up with something valuable spontaneously. I suddenly recalled advice from William Sloan Coffin, a prominent clergyman and peace activist during the 60’s and 70’s. I can’t recall the exact words, but the essence is that we make a mistake when we start concentrating on examining our faults. Our virtues, he said are far more likely to lead us stray. Any virtue carried to extreme can be a rationale for evil acts. I think that’s where I’ll begin sorting out Daniel. I have accumulated a lot of information on him over the years I’ve been working on my novel, so I have plenty to work with.