Col. Richard F. Bissell, USMC (Ret.) is a globe-trotting adventurer–cum–soldier-of-fortune–cum–“security specialist” who amuses himself in his spare time by writing cheap erotica. When not being shot at or otherwise threatened with sharp objects, he lives alone in a heavily fortified compound outside Washington, D.C.
Mr. Bissell’s wildly popular debut novel, Call Girl Cheerleaders, cannot be made acceptable to modern e-book publishers and has therefore been released into the wilds of the Internet. Those desiring to read it are directed to Google.
Mr. Bissell disdains social media and his .gov email address is too vulnerable to hacking to be used for fan mail. He can be reached through his colleague Michael Dalton, who has grudgingly agreed to pass along any correspondence. Mr. Dalton requests that such missives be submitted through his web site or via Twitter.