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Fearless And The Feared
In the summer of 1978, the Chicago mob is struggling. As an up-and coming cartel prepares to unleash a blizzard of cocaine and challenge the reeling Mafia for dominance of the second city streets, there is only one man who can stop them – Max Walsh…[Read More]
Monday April 5 1955, Princeton NJ. Albert Einstein to the world is dead. But not to the US Government, Operation Celeritous has begun. 2015 Travis Kilbourn the heir to a trilion dolar fortune works for his father Damen in his genetic facility where Operation Celeritous…[Read More]
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It has truly been a long road on this one. Just when I thought the 323 pages of my latest OPERATION CELERITOUS was enough. I realized I don’t like it. I mean who does that? Seriously? I write what I thought was a masterpiece, which it sort of is. But like a molten piece of […]
Act of Treason… solid entry in the Mitch Rapp series from a fabulous writer, he never disappoints. He left us to soon. However his family published another one of his books “THE SURVIVOR.” Will be reading this one soon. In the midst of Tale of Two Cities. Dickens. What books you guys read? Tweet to […]
I’m getting very close to submitting OPERATION CELERITOUS to my new editor. The editor I had a kind sould of a man named John Harten really challenged me as a writer. He had pased away halfway thorugh the project. I had to take a pause and gather myself after his passing. He meant a lot […]
A Ride in Hell!!! I slipped my boot into the stirrup of the carriage and stepped down not caring if I fell because of this thankless task. I looked at my partner, the driver of this wretched carriage, a faceless soul, and one that was lost centuries ago. Never to be found or wondered […]