WOLF’s Baja Released

Excited to introduce WOLF’s Baja, the fourth in the series following the adventures of former Navy SEAL Tom Wolf and retired Green Beret Sam McFadden. I continue to mine the “story vein” of real-life exploits shared by a genuine Navy SEAL I first befriended years ago during his active duty days.

“Better Call Saul”

I stumbled on AMC’s cable series “Better Call Saul” at the behest of my editor. Thanks to her suggestion, I discovered a vein of gold. The acting is superb, but the writing carries the show. There is such a potpourri of excellent scripts on cable.

Hero of the Empire: The Boer War, a Daring Escape and the Making of Winston Churchill

In the best tradition of popular historians like Doris Kearns-Goodwin, David McCullough and Barbara Tuchman, comes Candice Millard’s latest book: “Hero of the Empire: The Boer War, a Daring Escape and the Making of Winston Churchill.”

Rosemount Area Arts Council's "Artists' Talk"

Had a great crowd at the opening of the Rosemount Area Arts Council's "Artists' Talk" at the Steeple Center on Wednesday, October 26. I shared the evening's honors with Betsy Preston, a photographer who visited Vietnam in April of this year. She brought back terrific photos of the country while I displayed pencil sketches and watercolors done during my first visit in '1968-69 and watercolors from my second visit to Vietnam in 1993.

Discovering thru a Book Club

When I grow up I want to be as well read (by those who buy books) as author John le Carré. Popular writer John Grisham is an avid fan. . .of le Carré's. He's been quoted as saying; The Little Drummer Girl is one of his favorite novels, and John le Carré his favorite writer