Books

Bury us Upside Down

This is my most recent book available online.

 

 

 

 Bury Us Upside Down

Bury Us Upside Down is a book about 157 men who flew a special, Top Secret mission during the Vietnam War. It is an epic story about men who flew the early supersonic jet fighters, risking their lives in aerial combat. But, it is much more than a book about men at war. It is about the effect of war on men and the women they loved, their families and their nation. It is a book about men who risked their lives daily in a meaningless war in which the nation had lost interest. It is a book about a nation whose leaders lied and whose Congress then abandoned its allies. It is a tragic story with a moral imperative and historical and very human interest. In this book, truth and real life are stranger than fiction.

 


 

 

 

 Misty

My second book with First person stories about the F-100 Misty Fast FACs in the Vietnam War,

 also available online.

Misty

Misty is a collection of first person stories of 157 pilots who flew in a special Top Secret mission during the Vietnam War. These are personal stories full of emotion, drama, tragedy and humor. These are the stories of 157 men who were in heavy combat daily. The Misty pilots often coped with danger, anger and frustration by employing irreverent gallows humor. The authors use fighter pilot language. These were difficult times in a long war. The men in this book flew in the Vietnam War when they were in their 20s, 30s, 40s and 50s. They are now in their 50s, 60s, 70s and 80s. These are their memories. Strap in, hold on an enjoy the ride.

 


 

 

 

 Class of ’58

My first book about my high school class (1958) and what it was like to grow up in the 40’s and 50’s

 

Available online and at Barnes & Noble

   

 

 

The Class of ’58 Writes a Book:
A collection of original stories written by the members of the class of 1958, Wheat Ridge High School, Wheat Ridge, Colorado. These are first person stories of growing up in the 1940s and 50s written by class members in their late 60s. They are stories of our early years and stories from later in life. They are stories of things seen through our eyes and those of our friends. They are funny and they are sad. They are full of joy and glory, sadness and targedy. They are our lives. The stories are published in the order received and alternate between men and women. Life is what happens to us when we are waiting for fame, fortune, happiness an success.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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