Daniel Schorsch

Biography

About the Author
Daniel Schorsch is a retired Naval Architect and Marine Engineer, Reactor Engineer, and Attorney. He lives with his wife, Ellen, a pianist, and music teacher, in Waynesboro, Virginia. He is the father of two adult children and has two grandsons. In his first career he was involved in the design and construction of the Navy's first two nuclear surface vessels; the guided missile cruiser, USS Long Beach, CGN-9, and the guided missile frigate, USS Bainbridge, DLG(N)25,CLG(N)25. His second career, as an attorney started at the age of 45. He later became a senior partner in his own firm before retiring.

Books

This member has not published any books.

Smashwords book reviews by Daniel Schorsch

  • The Whipping Boy on Sep. 22, 2010

    This is the first of two, so far, Tom Freshour tales. This one concerns a half-breed Indian teenager and his ghrowing up after release from an orphanage. His maturing, as the story progresses, is subtle but evident. Life in west Arkansas and east Oklahoma in the late 19th century is beautifully portrayed centering about an area of the country and people in conflict not too often depicted. It is riveting and mind expanding. Morgan's insights into human nature are spot on.
  • The Assemblers on Sep. 22, 2010

    See previous review.
  • Belle Starr: A Novel on Oct. 14, 2010

    A nice look into the last days of Belle Starr, but not up to Morgan's other works.
  • Ransom X on Oct. 14, 2010

    Wonderful, nuff said.
  • The Legend of the Seahawk on Nov. 20, 2010

    A fun read.
  • S.E.A.L. Team Omega: Flames of Betrayal on March 28, 2011

    Good insigts and descriptions of the SEALS although the plot was a stretched things a little.
  • S.E.A.L. Team Omega: Flames of Betrayal on March 28, 2011

    Good insigts and descriptions of the SEALS although the plot was a stretched things a little.
  • Only the Dead Will Whisper on April 27, 2011

    Short, but very nice and well done.
  • Heller's Revenge on Feb. 06, 2012

    Enjoyed it, a good,fast paced read.
  • Blood Sport on Feb. 06, 2012

    Similar to the Heller series. Good read
  • The Upraised Hand on Sep. 15, 2012

    What a read! I found it engrossing, beginning to end, including the long descriptions. New Zealand, a different place, different cultures, different peoples, different customs. This was a great educational experience, not just a great read. Thank you Michael Steptoe for taking the time and investing the effort to do this. I felt very richly rewarded.