Dennis Beck


Dennis Beck lives in Fort Worth, Texas. He's written articles for a variety of publications, including World War II, Black Belt, Great Battles, and Experiments in Words. A Navy veteran, he's got a rich background in World War II aviation history. His book reviews and features have appeared in nearly two dozen newspapers around the country, including the Dallas Morning News, Milwaukee Journal, Kansas City Star, Oakland Tribune, Denver Post, Detroit News, Baltimore Sun, Atlanta Journal-Constitution, Newsday, and many others.
A t'ai chi enthusiast, Mr. Beck teaches the Chinese form of exercise and self-defense at Texas Christian University and elsewhere in Fort Worth. His t'ai chi website is He also loves swing dancing and doesn’t feel right unless he boogie-woogies at least once a week.


Feather Duster
Price: $0.99 USD. Words: 37,150. Language: English. Published: July 1, 2011. Categories: Fiction » Adventure » War & military adventure, Fiction » Mystery & detective » Hard-Boiled
A Quick, Dirty Thriller England. 1943. "Rosie" Rosenberg, a young B-17 gunner with a bad attitude and feet that love to boogie-woogie, finds himself entangled in a tale of betrayal, suspicion, and murder at 20,000 feet in the war-torn skies of World War II.

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