A keen interest in all things military has always been a central part of Michael Romanowski's life. Many members of his family are veterans of one (or more!) of the armed services. His grandfather served in the First World War. His father was in the U.S. Navy during World War II. So it seemed natural to him to join the United States Marine Corps, and thereby served in various locations around the globe, including Camp Pendleton, CA, and Okinawa, Japan.
After his time in the service Michael earned a BA in journalism from Wayne State University in Detroit. After graduation he worked as a security consultant for the automotive industry.
Today he lives in Central Missouri with his lovely wife and two children. His interests include collecting antique firearms, military history, and, of course, reading a good book whenever time allows.
The Global War on Terror, 2003: the horrific events of 9/11 have cast the United States into an unwanted war. Now, during the controversial US invasion of Iraq, US troops drive on Baghdad, and prepare to topple Saddam Hussein’s faltering house of cards. But there is more to this story than meets the eye. There always is.
Battle of the Bulge survivor Phillip Vogel has been given a dangerous mission: drive 50 miles behind enemy lines to stage a rescue at a brutal Nazi POW camp. The lives of hundreds of American GIs hang in the balance. But there is more to the tale--secrets long buried and treason lie behind every bend in the road. What had been simply impossible is now a virtual suicide mission, unless Vogel can...
Operation Desert Storm: Former prisoner of war David Sweet returns home, battered, bloodied, and haunted by memories of the savagery he has witnessed. But his trials have not yet ended. There are those who will do anything to keep the long-hidden secrets he possesses from seeing the light of day. Even if it means destroying him, and everything he holds dear.