I love writing fast-paced thrillers. Readers have, thankfully, compared my works to Vince Flynn, Lee Child, and Stephen Hunter — three of my favorite authors. I’ve published three books: “Sold Out,” “Soldier On,” and “Little Man, and the Dixon County War.”
Read on below for more information about each of them.
Nick Woods used to be one of our country’s greatest snipers. A Marine who completed a bloody, top-secret mission behind enemy lines years ago, he now just wants to live in peace with his wife.
After said reporter, Allen Green, breaks the details of Nick’s story — blowing the top off America’s national security — both Nick and Allen find themselves in the sights of a CIA hunter-killer group.
This CIA group breaks the law and kills at will, and they’ll stop at nothing to take down Nick Woods and the reporter who published the earth-shattering story he’d been chasing for years. [Length: 283 pages]
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Little Man, and the Dixon County War
Did you love the movie Tombstone or Django Unchained? If you did, then you’ll love this book.
Forget sunsets and cattle drives… This book is almost non-stop action.
It’s about a young deputy (a quiet war veteran named Paul Zachary) who becomes famous against his wishes, earning him the name “Little Man” in the papers. Because he’s suddenly giving people hope in what had been a mostly lawless Wild West, an evil cattle baron decides he must take down the young man. They clash — more than once, actually — in a godforsaken stretch of country known as Devil’s County, aka Dixon County on the maps.
Bottom line: This is a bold, brutal vision of the American West at its most treacherous. With its explosively original ending and break-neck pace, it’s no wonder Little Man, and the Dixon County War has soared so high up the charts, already hitting the milestone of No. 16 on the Amazon UK Paid List.
Don’t believe us? We dare you to read the sample. But be forewarned: It’s a hard, thrilling ride, so if you choose to saddle up, prepare to be thrown off a time or two. [Length: 224 pages]
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As World War II enters its final stretch, the last elements of the German Army struggle to survive and end the war with honor.
The German soldiers know the war is lost, but have no idea how many days (or weeks) remain before capitulation. The weak and unlucky are gone. Now, only the strong remain, a ragged band of men determined to maintain their prestige and respect. They are the sons of indomitable veterans from World War I — men filled with too much pride to quit or surrender.
But food resupply is a problem. Ammo, too. And each day,with its increasingly absurd set of orders, begins to test the men in ways they could have never imagined. These days are tough for the men, and tougher for the leaders.
Hemmed in by Nazi SS units waiting to arrest or shoot retreating troops on one side and hordes of well-supplied American troops advancing mercilessly on the other, the men pray they must only endure the freezing weather of the last days. And that their supplies won’t run out. And that they won’t lose the honor and dignity they’ve spent years creating.
“Soldier On” is a short novel. [Approximately 72 pages long.]