“ Felix Leiter USMC is a fast paced great read. The perfect book for a summer beach read, you are in the action, right alongside Leiter, all the way “
-LCPL Joshua McIntyre, USMC
Lieutenant Felix Leiter is riding high. His career is solid in Quantico, Virginia, he can fish in the creek behind is cabin just outside DC, he’s up for a promotion, and he’s dating a beautiful woman.
Little does he know a new assignment will plunge him body, mind, and spirit into the Iraqi desert. The assignment seems easy enough: deliver night vision goggles and laser targeting computers to SEAL Team One. More like a babysitting job, he thinks.Wrong. As the delivery gets underway, Felix and SEAL Team One come under heavy fire. Evading the enemy, they become deeply embroiled in shock and awe as the Iraq War of 2003 gets underway. Two days in, Felix and his team are called off the dangerous forward targeting mission and sent to track down the disposition of WMDs—Weapons of Mass Destruction. How they escape a column of advancing Iraqi Army Guard will have you turning pages as fast as you can read.
Based on real incidences and real people, Felix Leiter, USMC drops you into the middle of the action, right alongside SEAL Team One and the rapid domination strategy the US launched to eventually bring down Saddam Hussein.
Felix Leiter, USMC, is the first in a series of fast-paced adventure novels.
Although based on actual events, the names, locations, and crises in this novel have been changed and partially fabricated. Any relationship to any persons, real or imagined, is completely coincidental.
Edward F. Koehler, PhD, is retired from government service and private employment. He lives with his wife at the beach on the eastern shore of Maryland; their daughter and her spouse also live on Maryland’s eastern shore. While on assignment in 1993, Dr. Koehler lived on a sailboat in San Francisco harbor for a year, sailing nights and weekends to Angle Island. Today, his hobbies include sailing, snorkeling, skiing, and tennis. Dr. Koehler and his wife travel frequently throughout the United States, Mexico, and the Caribbean islands.