Born Munich, Germany, Nov. 29, 1947. Spent formative years in Dachau. Shipped to USA 1952. Raised Manchester, GA. Education: Manchester High School, 1965. BA in English from Columbus State University, GA, 1972. MA Literature from U. of KY. in Lexington, 1985. Worked as Zoo keeper; forest towerman; newspaperman; gas truck driver; laborer; sewing factory cutter; police photographer; Literature Instructor at St. Catherine College, KY; English Instructor at U. of KY; Journalist for Lebanon News, VA.
PUBLICATIONS: dozens of illustrated articles for regional and national magazines; two books on commercial presses; one PublishAmerica book; several self published books. Now old man best characterized by Don Quixote. Scraggly white beard. Wears his own kinda hat.
A Georgia State Trooper is shot dead at three a.m. on an old highway between Atlanta and Columbus.
A panicked killer flees into the woods and two hours later a manhunt is launched.
But this manhunt isn't what we imagine. This one is unnerving for hunted, hunters and us.
For "Moby Dick's Captain Ahab is not so mad as the enigmatic Captain Lathrop stalking his prey like a tiger stalking a child.
Gory, terrifying, historically accurate, impeccably detailed, and absolutely true account of Rebel soldier's experience during America's Civil War. He survives thirteen battles in four major campaigns under Generals George Pickett and William Longstreet. Yet, our soldier's worst fear is not of being shot but of the smart, ruthless wild hogs stalking both armies. He can see them on the mountains, i