Steve Hendry


Steve was a Navy fighter pilot with combat experience in both Viet Nam and the Middle East. While in the Navy, Lieutenant Steve Hendry was designated as the bicentennial air show pilot for the "F-14 Paris Air-Show Flight Demonstrations," and performed various air-shows throughout the year. During a furlough break from Flying Tigers, Steve participated in several special operation missions in the Middle East. He is also technically adept and the inventor of the cryogenic underwater breathing apparatus (CUBA). With these experiences and his vast international travel as a FedEx captain, Steve is able to bring a unique perspective to the action genre.

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American Samurai
Price: $5.95 USD. Words: 69,890. Language: English. Published: April 5, 2010 by Marci Baun. Categories: Fiction » Adventure » General
At the demand of his father, Steve Johnson, an eleven-year-old Air Force brat, is trained in the martial arts by a vicious underground Japanese gang. At fourteen, he gets involved in a terrible martial arts fight with a veteran SAS commando and kills him. Witnessed by the CIA, he's coerced into their assassin program, and his life is changed forever.

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