My Books – Fiction

Aristotle Witzer – Sequel Set in Paris

Once again, I am heading to Paris for business meetings on “A Cold Death” as a TV or Streaming show. The book is set in Paris.  But now I am looking at a sequel for the book and have a basic structure in place.  But more research is needed.

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Benjamin Franklin and Internet Publishing

Benjamin Franklin, “The First American,” would have loved the Internet. He was, first and foremost, a printer, author, and publisher. He established the Pennsylvania Chronicle firing up the Colonies against British tyranny. He made his fortune with “Poor Richard’s Almanack” and the Pennsylvania Gazette. “Almanack” sold 10,000 copies a year – equivalent to three million…

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5 Tactics China Uses to Asserts Its Power in the South China Sea

China is asserting itself on the world stage but with a 21st Century strategy. Striving to resurrect its former glory as a power after a century of foreign domination, World War and Mao’s murderous Cultural Revolution, China’s socialist dictators realize that their Socialist Dictatorship must be protected to insure its capitalist survival. Conventional warfare and…

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Novel: “A Cold Death: An Aristotle Witzer Mystery”

Synopsis:  In Paris, American film student Adele Longet is murdered. Aristotle Witzer, a Defense Analyst new to America’s Paris embassy, gets a late night call to get a police report. Witzer is drawn into hutning for her killer, encountering film fanatics, Catacombs lovers and scum from France’s Nazi past. In Paris Catacombs, underground rave parties…

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China and Chess in the South China Sea

An old buddy saw chess everywhere in life. A pawn, wisely moved, may kill a King. Small stories become world-changing events. A pawn is in play between Japan, China and America over the unpopulated resource rich Senkaku Islands. Called the Daiyou Islands in China, the Senkaku lie between Japan’s Okinawa Prefecture and Taiwan. During research…

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China’s Weapons of War

China is asserting itself on the world stage but with a 21st Century strategy. Striving to resurrect its former glory as a power after a century of foreign domination, World War and Mao’s murderous Cultural Revolution, China’s socialist dictators realize that their Socialist Dictatorship must be protected to insure its capitalist survival. Conventional warfare and…

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China’s Weak Hand – The Senkaku Islands

The Communist People’s Republic of China is confronting its neighbors and the United States in the Pacific. But how strong is their muscle in the fight? And, to paraphrase John McClane from “Die Hard”, what can we do to throw a ‘monkey in the works’? First, China is an island. Isolated by Siberia, Western Muslim…

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