This is the untold story about the adventures and tragedies of Mel Fisher's quest to find the Atocha; a Spanish Galleon missing for almost 400 years.
"it made my trip interesting"
Code 5 is a story about terrorism and the devastation it creates when left unchecked by the United States. It also involves two kids just out of college who inadvertently get swept up into an adventure that tests their innocence against some of the most vicious terrorists in the world. Tom has just graduated from Oklahoma State University but when his dad (who works on ultra-classified projects at Livermore Labs) is a no-show for his graduation, it initiates a search that will take them into a black-ops mission they aren't even aware of.
I think I was destined to fly.... My dad was a barnstormer pilot back in the 1930s (which I talk about in my audiobook Growing up in Oklahoma). This is where I think the DNA thing kicked in, and I wouldn't be satisfied until I was flying through the air. I designed and built my own ultralight aircraft and literally taught myself to fly. Let me take you on some of these adventures; I think you will enjoy them as much as I did.
What really happened at the Chappaquiddick Bridge was hidden under a fog of deception for over four decades, until the advent of voice stress technology shined the light of truth on Ted Kennedy's statements to the police.
Life as a war baby in Oklahoma is the start of the Adventures of a Baby Boomer series....
"I'm a Baby Boomer "
Patton's fast moving troops caused more trouble than just for the enemy. This novelette is about a young man just about to graduate from college, but is drafted into the United States Army and sent to the European theater and goes on a mission that gets caught up in the Fog of War.
The Los Angeles Times Festival of Books began in 1996 with a simple goal: to bring together the people who create books with the people who love to read them. The festival was an immediate success and has become the largest and most prestigious book festival in the country, attracting more than 130,000 book lovers each year.