Martin Krewson


In my long and varied career, I have done everything from sculpting life-size wax figures, to working as a barker for the Royal American Carnival, to construction, excavation, and running heavy machinery, to flying small planes. I was also a photographer for the Defense Department for seventeen years. I have worked in front of and behind the cameras in films, and have served as historical consultant, gun wrangler and certified pyro-technician for several indie movies. I have prospected for gold, searched for lost Spanish treasure, was CEO of a gold mining operation, and on the rescue squad in Central City, CO. I now own and operate Odin Arms, Ltd., a nationally known gunsmithing operation.

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The Bee Flies Over Afghanistan
Price: $5.99 USD. Words: 87,100. Language: American English. Published: September 26, 2012 by Brighton Publishing LLC. Categories: Fiction » Adventure » War & military adventure, Fiction » Adventure » Action
Afghanistan between the World Wars—an unlikely place for international intrigue. As Europe prepares for another global conflict, an early battle is fought in Afghanistan where “Buzz” Kramer, a pilot, meets Harry Whitecliff, a British intelligence operative. They combine their unique skills and with some unlikely allies, they repress a band of local insurgents and restore order to a lawless area.

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