Books in Development
STATUS: One more read through before it goes to a publisher sometime in the spring of 2017.


  • North Korean generals set up heroin factory on Soviet occupied Kurile Island
  • Kim Jong-il wants to base ICBMS on the island in return for “supporting” the drug factory
  • North Koreans shoot down an American surveillance plane
STATUS: Written, awaiting update due to lessons learned from other books.


  • Al Qaeda wants to kill more American’s than on 9/11
  • Josh is recently retired
  • Takes place in North Texas
STATUS: First draft about two-thirds completed.


  • Al Qaeda is stealing missiles for mass shoot down of airliners and attack on the U.S. electrical grid
  • President doesn’t believe al Qaeda is capable because Bin Laden is dead
  • Josh is asked to look at the intel and determine if the threat is real
STATUS: First draft of the manuscript finished.


  • Tale of four men – an AF pilot; a Holocaust survivor; an NKVD officer; and an SS officer wanted for war crimes
  • Unknowingly, their lives bring them closer together
  • Paths cross when the wife of the AF officer becomes friends with the wife of the SS officer who is being hunted by the Holocaust survivor and former NKVD officer
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Marc is an experienced pilot and writer whose career as a Naval Officer and Naval Aviator, business executive, consultant and entrepreneur helped him fulfill his dream of becoming a novelist. In the novels, Marc creates stories with rich, interesting characters and puts them in the proper historical and operational context. His books are memorable, exciting and fun to read.


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