Christopher Noble

Biography

After graduating from college, Christopher Noble entered into the military service as a noncombat arms officer. When he left the US Army as a Captain in the Medical Service Corps, he earned two Bronze Stars—one with a “V” device, a Purple Heart, the Vietnam Cross of Gallantry with a Gold Star, and the Combat Medics Badge.
He next entered into a career of business opportunities that lead him to an American oil company overseas where he managed multi-million dollar budgets. When he returned to the USA he became the Director of Operations and Business Manager to an independent school, in upstate New York where he saved the school from bankruptcy. This is his proudest accomplishment to date.
He joined the Peace Corps, as a Business Specialist to assist East Europeans in western business practices, and was sent to Ukraine. Presently, Mr. Noble is in the process of publishing books about his many life experiences, as well as writing a four book series about his 5th great grandfather, Patrick Tracy, whose picture is now hanging in the National Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C.

Books

Patrick Tracy Series Volume One Includes Book 1 'Abandoned' & Book 2 'In Training'
Price: $3.50 USD. Words: 115,820. Language: English. Published: April 22, 2016. Categories: Fiction » Historical » General
A historical adventure about the author's actual 5th great grandfather, Patrick Tracy, who was born in 1711 on a farm in Ireland. Orphaned at the age of ten after his parents died, Patrick went to live with his uncle. Wanting nothing to do with the boy, Uncle Robert sent his nephew on a one-way ticket aboard a cargo ship bound for Boston and told never to return. This is his story
Patrick Tracy: Abandoned
Price: $0.99 USD. Words: 61,080. Language: English. Published: January 22, 2015. Categories: Fiction » Historical » General
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Book One - A historical adventure about the author's actual 5th great grandfather, Patrick Tracy, who was born in 1711 on a farm in Ireland. Orphaned at the age of ten after his parents died, Patrick went to live with his uncle. Wanting nothing to do with the boy, Uncle Robert sent his nephew on a one-way ticket aboard a cargo ship bound for Boston and told never to return. This is his story.

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