Books by Jeff
After more than 20 years of embedded military experience around the world and feature writing for many popular magazines, Jeff recently completed his debut novel and its destined to become a best-seller. He’s now working on a nonfiction book, compiling and detailing his various experiences flying more than 40 U.S. military aircraft as a civilian.
The first in a bold and visionary series of books WEST POINT features a highly innovative plot that incorporates bleeding edge AI technology, well crafted characters, and breakneck action. WEST POINT has captivated initial reviewers that include senior U.S. military and intelligence officers. The novel is being praised for its plot twists, creativity, and energy, while also being called “stunning”, “extraordinary” and “visionary”. The novel is already being compared to Tom Clancy’s debut novel The Hunt for Red October.
The genesis of the novel came from conversations Jeff had with U.S. Army representatives in Hollywood. These representatives detailed several projects that the Army had created and were hoping would attract the interest of entertainment industry professionals. One of the project ideas caught Jeff’s eye and after months of thinking, reading, studying, outlining, and plotting, he sat down and wrote WEST POINT. In addition to being an incredible debut novel, the story has attracted the attention of film and television producers and directors. The story is also poised to be a tent-pole feature film franchise for a major Hollywood action star.
WEST POINT Pre-publication reviews
I Was Inverted (And About To Puke!): An Unlikely Civilian Life In America’s Military Aircraft
Nonfiction - Volume I
Jeff is currently writing an almost absurd, sometimes hilarious, and often poignant account of his flying more than 40 current and vintage American military aircraft in various places around the world as a civilian. One thing is for sure: he’s no TOPGUN Maverick. He’s not even a pilot, and falls somewhere well short of having The Right Stuff. But despite all of that, in I Was Inverted he tells extraordinary and inspiring stories – both heart wrenching and heart warming – from his time embedded with America’s military aviators and families. He details their experiences as they train, deploy, go to war, and provide humanitarian relief around the world. Readers fly as if sitting next to Jeff in legendary military aircraft, and experience the physical, emotional, and often grinding toll of the missions most people can only dream about. The book is expected to be published in late 2023.