If this is your first visit, allow me to introduce myself. I was born and raised in New York City, and retired from the U.S. Navy with the grade of captain. In my final assignment, I held the post of Chief of Public Information for NATO’s southern European command, headquartered in Naples, Italy. Since retiring, I’ve written several novels, a guide for authors wishing to self-publish, and a children's Christmas story, as well as developing and co-producing the MGM/Showtime drama The Silver Strand featuring Nicolette Sheridan and Gil Bellows.
I invite you to read my recent novel, "Saving Leo Kleinman", featuring NCIS cold case agent and feng shui enthusiast Jerzy Shore. This is the second novel in which Jerzy appears. Unlike the first, where he is tasked to determine whether a 20-year-old death was an accident or murder, he must now prevent a murder before it happens.
With little more to go on than a chain of anonymous letters, Jerzy must discover a link between two seemingly unrelated events occurring nearly twenty years apart. And he must do so before the mysterious letter writer succeeds in having Leo Kleinman killed.
"We The People" and "SEAL~Test", featuring Navy SEAL Duke Sampson, are compelling tales of murder, deception and political intrigue.
"Alma's World", a convoluted murder mystery featuring Molley Moore, takes the reader to the seemingly idyllic town of Romney, West Virginia, where life is not as simple as it appears.
"King of the Hill" traces Julius Caesar Vittorio's mob ties and his ambitious rise in the rewarding and often dangerous world of organized crime.
Comments from readers:
Just finished Saving Leo Kleinman. Your best yet. Liked the flow and the surprises. Good prison stuff, believable characters and action. John (Thousand Oaks, California)
I found Saving Leo Kleinman a much better read than James Patterson’s NYPD RED for many reasons, including that you simply write better. Richard (Niantic, Connecticut)
"I read NCIS Agent Jerzy Shore in one sitting. You have the right amount of humor, action and suspense." Phil (McLean, Virginia)
"I loved Alma's World. No way I guessed the outcome. I loved Molley and Ruby. Send the book to Hollywood!" Vi (North Chelmsford, Massachusetts.)
"Why isn't SEAL~Test a movie?? Gripping from the get-go, I couldn't put it down." Nina (Istanbul, Turkey)
"Vercessi's handling of military traditions, covert ops and desperate actions is superb. We the People is an easy book to read, but not easy to put down." Bob (Naples, Florida)