Mort is a retired U.S. Air Force Officer who served as a Rescue and Survival technician teaching escape and evasion and survival techniques to air crew members; survived a tour of duty in Vietnam and barely survived two tours in the Pentagon as a computer systems action officer.
Mort was also an information technology consultant and a manager with a large international health care insurance company. He earned a Doctorate in Education at The Catholic University of America, received his Masters degree from National College of Education, and his Bachelor of Science degree from Arizona State University. He has been an adjunct professor of computer sciences for several universities in the Washington, DC area.
For 10 years, Mort and his wife, Susan, lived aboard "Irish Gold," a motor yacht berthed on the Potomac River. Mort was a volunteer with the Alexandria, Virginia Police Department and the Animal Welfare League of Alexandria.
Mort’s novel, CodeName: Snake, The Evil We Kill, a novel of revenge that takes place during WWII, won third prize in a national competition, and many of his short stories have won awards in national competitions. He has produced three more novels: Sting of the Geisha, an erotic story about a female serial killer; Retirement Policy, about the CIA, drugs, and murder; and Attack on Camp David, about terrorists attacking Camp David to kidnap the President's daughter and stop the peace process.
Now residing in Gold River, California, with their American Eskimo dogs, Yuki and Kori, he is busy working on several new novels and lots of short stories.
His hobbies include magic, painting, genealogy and traveling.
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CodeName: Snake is the dramatic story of an assassin who vows revenge for the murder of his family.
As Nazi Germany plunges the world into war, Stefan Hirsch escapes from Germany and is trained to be an assassin by the SAS – the most elite fighting force in the world.
His mission: kill Nazi officers and assassinate the man responsible for sending thousands of people to their deaths.