C. Norman Noble
Norm Noble has been writing professionally since 1963 and has published over 100 articles and booklets covering fields as diverse as marketing, sales, aircraft electronics, marine electronics, and energy management.
Following a successful career in the aerospace industry, where he managed international sales and marketing groups for major corporations, he was the owner of THE NOBLE GROUP, a publisher of custom newsletters for corporations.
In 1989, his non-fiction book titled Advertising Your Church Services was published, and in 2004, his novel, In the Still of the Night, a story of tragedy in the skies, was published. An historical adventure novel, Changing of the Gods, about a con game in 66 AD Corinth, was published in 2006, and in 2007 he published an aviation spy thriller entitled Prophet. Details on all these books can be found on the author’s website, which is located at www.normoble.com.
Norm has traveled extensively (up to 150,000 miles a year) and has spent time in 78 countries on six continents.
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Ever the Twins Shall Meet
March of 88 AD. The marketplace in Smyrna. Suddenly, a commotion erupts and a handsome young man is being confronted by a merchant and two Roman legionnaires and on the say-so of several eye-witnesses, is taken into custody for a theft that had occurred the prior day.
But he didn't do it. Wasn't even in the city. Only one explanation: he has a twin! And so it is, and so the story begins.
A prestigious American electronics company develops a terrain avoidance / terrain following radar system that is completely undetectable by enemies. Then, mysteriously, the CIA discovers that the Soviets have the design. At home, an FBI investigation reveals that the culprit is someone high up in Pierce Electronics. They have their man. There can be doubt about it! Or can there?
In the Still of the Night
A routine, daily flight from Seattle to Hong Kong turns tragic when an erupting volcano in the Aleutian Islands damages and depressurizes the aircraft at 37,000 feet. Can an aircraft survive with such severe damage? It hasn’t happened yet – but could Flight 499 be the first?
Changing of the Gods
It’s 66 A.D. and two escaped Roman convicts devise a con-game to snare investors in a hypothetical canal across the Isthmus of Corinth in Greece. A young, innocent Roman becomes involved in the scheme, learning about life the hard way.
Stephanie Isn't Here
A young high school science teacher, after weathering several family crises -- including the mysterious, unsolved murder of his wife -- is accused, tried, convicted and condemned to death some months later for the brutal killing of one of his young students. Can he survive all this? Is he guilty or innocent?