At age 19, John Colucci was found not guilty of murder by reason of insanity and committed to a mental institution. Eight years later, he's released to begin a new life. Someone wants to make sure he never gets the chance to live it. John's list of enemies is vast. Even his own brother-in-law is determined to see him re-institutionalized. As John struggles to navigate his independence, he finds reasons to live. It isn't long, however, before the nightmare begins again, shattering the peace and forcing John to fight for his life and what's left of his sanity.
Midway, the most famous naval battle in American history, has been the subject of many excellent books. However, none satisfactorily explain why the Japanese lost that battle, given their overwhelming advantage in firepower. While no book may ever silence debate on the subject, Midway Inquest answers the central mystery of the battle.
During the bad old days of the Soviet Union, famous American cancer specialist Dr. Alex Cousins is sent by the president of the United States to Russia to prolong the life of the secretary general of the Politburo. While in Russia, Cousins learns that the Soviets plan to attack China. Suspecting that he knows their secret, the Soviets send him home via the Trans-Siberian Express, which, they hope, will keep him silent until it is too late to stop the attack.
"Suspense, cold war style"
The Matt Cooper complete series consists of a total of 202 short stories to date. All the stories combined would make the file too large, so I broke the collection down into groups of 10 stories each.