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Hilton Head Monthly magazine and “The Devil Dragon Pilot” Book!

Hilton Head Monthly magazine featured “The Devil Dragon Pilot” in their March 2017 issue!  Be sure to read the article titled “Power Reads.” Readers familiar with Hilton Head Island, South Carolina and the “The Devil Dragon Pilot” book know that the Omni Hotel, Skull Creek Boathouse Restaurant are all prominently featured in the book.  In nearby Savannah, the… Read more »

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The Devil Dragon Pilot and Cancer Awareness

Readers, Thank you for your emails regarding family members and friends who have battled cancer.  If you have finished “The Devil Dragon Pilot”, then you are aware of the struggles that the characters are dealing with.  You will also see many of these characters again soon. The cut and pasted article below is from the World… Read more »

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Gulfstream Aircraft Featured in Book “The Devil Dragon Pilot” Continues Record Streak

Gulfstream Aerospace announced yesterday that their Gulfstream G650ER claimed two more city-pair records.  This is also the main business jet featured in the book “The Devil Dragon Pilot” and features both the aircraft and their talented Savannah, Georgia workforce.     From Gulfstream: “The G650ER took off from Ohio’s John Glenn Columbus International Airport and landed at Shanghai’s… Read more »

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Book Review: Reserve Officers Association “Member’s first novel The Devil Dragon Pilot is aces high!”

Book Review of “The Devil Dragon Pilot” Reserve Officers Association member’s first novel The Devil Dragon Pilot is aces high! Reviewed by Jeff Phillips, ROA executive director December 30, 2016 In his first novel, The Devil Dragon Pilot, former U.S. Marine Corps attack helicopter pilot and ROA member Lawrence “Cheese” Colby, has produced a fast-reading… Read more »

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Military Capabilities in “The Devil Dragon Pilot” Book

I have heard from a few readers that have asked whether the military capabilities featured in “The Devil Dragon Pilot” are realistic.  I am proud to write that nearly all of the capabilities found in the book are 100% real.  Real aircraft, real locations, actual restaurants and hotels, as well as cities and countries.  Even the street names… Read more »