About the Author
I am a happy middle-aged male living in Prince William County, Virginia.
I enjoy walks, movies, and live theater. I am also an avid TV watchers with many favorites (including “Criminal Minds,” “Person of Interest,” the History Channel, and reruns of “Bonanza,” the “Steve Harvey Show,” and “Martin”). I love music, to include gospel, jazz, and “old school” – and often attend the Capitol Jazz Festival.
I am active in my church, work on its website, and inside the kitchen. In the past 8 years I have also been umpiring fast-pitch softball at local schools and recreational sports centers (a true test of my patience and management skills!).
I was born and raised in Savannah, Georgia, and graduated from Windsor Forest High School, class of ’83, where I played noseguard and defensive tackle on the football team. I am a husky, graduate of University of Connecticut, located in Storrs CT.
I joined the Navy in January 1984 and retired in January 2004. While on active duty, I was stationed in Japan and in various U.S. states, including Washington, Connecticut, Florida, South Carolina and Virginia. I visited more than 20 countries on naval vessels as a Chief Quartermaster / Navigation Electronic Technician. Now back in civilian life, I’m employed in a related field as an Instructional Systems Specialist in the Northern Virginia area, developing training material.
Also, as indicated by my novel, I am living a lifelong dream of writing books for public consumption, and Ethos is just the first of many fictional and nonfiction works to come!
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Ethos is a novel about the beliefs, attitudes, and moral values of two men on a collision course with each other, both driven to do what they think they must, even if it requires them to take the lives of others.
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