George Vercessi

Selected Works

Fiction
Jerzy Shore is on a dizzying journey to save the life of a convicted spy. Not an easy task, considering the captivating stranger who charms her way into his life.
A frighteningly credible scenario of terrorism used to manipulate a weak and flawed president.
Fiction. Cold case mystery, conspiracy, political intrigue.
This isn't how to run a cold case, the feng shui enthusiast reminds himself, but he's losing the battle with his boss and the Navy brass who set this case in motion. Also available as eBook.
Political Intrigue Fiction
There's no stopping First Lady Gertrude Bromwell when she sets her sights on the White House.
Children Fiction
A timeless heartwarming children's tale of love, courage and perseverance.
Crime Fiction
Like Mario Puzo's "The Godfather", the story takes the reader to the very pinnacle of the U.S. criminal empire. Also available as eBook.
Mystery Fiction
Details the life-and-death consequences of digging into small town lives.

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SEAL~Test

U.S. Navy SEALs are dangerous folks (just ask their enemies, if you can find one alive) but they can be even more so when they cross over to the other side.

At 1:20 PM the day before Thanksgiving recess, five men enter a classroom at the U.S. Naval Academy and, identifying themselves as U.S. Navy anti-terrorist SEALs, announce a security drill. Later that same evening, the midshipmen are reported missing and their professor is found with his throat slashed. No clues or demands are left behind.

It isnít until the following day that the reason for the kidnapping is disclosed, when the first in a series of obscure, grisly messages is sent to the U.S. ambassador in Cairo. An hour later, the resident CIA agent in Rome is provided additional information in the form of an ultimatum to be delivered to the president. Finally, a Washington news reporter learns from an anonymous caller that Iran is behind the plot and why.

Now, facing Iranís deadline to move all U.S. forces out of the Persian Gulf and little else to go on, the Navy turns to one of its most decorated SEALs, Commander Tom Sampson, head of the elite counter-terrorist Red Cell, to find and rescue the mids.

Among the kidnapped are Midshipman First Class Ingrid Lucerne, daughter of Marine Corps general John Lucerne, the acting Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, and Russell Bennett, II, son of the chairman of the powerful Senate Foreign Relations Committee and close political ally of President Leslie Pickens.