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Move over Clancy, Cussler, and Crichton - there's a new sheriff in town.

Background Information

In January 2005, the author and three friends traveled to the tsunami ravaged city of Banda Aceh, Indonesia (ground zero for the 2004 Indian Ocean Earthquake) and worked in a displaced persons camp (IDP #85) where they installed a large generator and strung electric lights throughout the camp of 1,500 survivors, who lived in 250 tents.  He chronicled this exciting adventure in his latest book - A Light in the Darkness. 

The author has just returned from working two months in the Hurricane Katrina/Rita ravaged areas of Louisiana and Mississippi.  There he assisted FEMA and the National Communications System with restoring the telecommunications and broadcast station infrustructure to its pre-hurricane operating status.

The author currently serves as a Senior Executive with the Federal Government in Washington, D.C. Since September 11, 2001, he has been a key player on a multi-agency team of federal executives whose efforts are critical to the government’s national security and emergency preparedness. He lived and worked in Saudi Arabia from 1978 until 1985 and is a retired United States Marine, a disabled Vietnam combat veteran and Purple Heart recipient.He lives with his wife, Annette, and three sons in the Maryland suburbs of Washington, DC.


MBA in Leadership and Oganizational Development
Southeastern University, Washington, DC

Member of the Maryland Writers Association;
Black Writers' Association of Maryland; and the
North Carolina Writers' Network

Additional Information

I'm currently working on a sequel to Personal Justice entitled Personal Courage.

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