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About Jim Tritten
Jim retired after a forty-four-year career with the Department of Defense, including duty as a carrier-based naval aviator. He holds advanced degrees from the University of Southern California and formerly served as a faculty member and National Security Affairs department chair at the Naval Postgraduate School. Dr. Tritten’s publications have won him fifty-eight writing awards, including the Alfred Thayer Mahan Award from the Navy League of the U.S. He has published eleven books and over four hundred chapters, short stories, essays, articles, and government technical reports. Jim was a frequent speaker at many military, arms control, and international conferences and has seen his work translated into Russian, French, Spanish, and Portuguese.
Titles By Jim Tritten
Into the Stormtroopers by Don Carter: This is a must-read story about the tumultuous events that abruptly thrust Don into the international spotlight and an adventure of a lifetime.
A Silent Victory by Patricia Lee: In Second Century AD Roman Scotland, Corellia, an abused slave girl, is determined to save a young Roman legionary who she finds near death on the battlefield adjacent to her village.
Attack of the Communist Hordes by Brad Bennett: A marvelous true story of events on an airbase as a result of the assassination of President John Kennedy.
Your Mother’s Sock by Elizabeth Bobst: A poignant story of parents in an assisted living facility.
Silent Tears by Sandra Brooks: It was 1966 and America was going through unprecedented changes. A young girl lands a coveted job with a local politician only to discover a horrible secret.
Fun, Fun, Fun with Dick and Jane by Wayne Fowler: A playful story about a precocious pair of students and the havoc they wreak on a helpless pre-school teacher trying to impart knowledge using, possibly, an old McGuffey Reader.
Fins Fatal Flop by Kaye George: This story takes place in a strip-tease bar but there is nothing shabby about the people who care for each other.
Deluxe Accom by Jim Gish: This tale of a college party gone terribly wrong rings true for those coming of age in the 60’s and 70’s.
A Day with 3D by Anne Hill: New Zealand, in 1970, had a very romantic appeal to our young heroine, coveting the opportunity of a job in a far-away land.
Welcome to Vietnam by Chuck Jackson: The incredible story of life as a Special Forces member of an Air Force Pararescue Team, Da Nang, 1968.
Thanks Mussolini by Richard Key: A memoir of a family trip to Italy in 1996. The story reminds us what travel in a foreign country could be like in the old days.
Ahmed the Tailor by Barbara Mujica: An extremely well fashioned story of the unlikely relationship of an Iraqi tailor and a young Marine Lieutenant.
Breakfast Crisis by David Parish: A heart-wrenching story of a teenager’s rapidly deteriorating relationship with his father.
The Ping-Pong War by Eric Rosenbaum: If you doubt that a sports contest in a United Nations International School in New York, doesn’t have far-reaching implications, think again.
Smoke from Indian Fires by David Tarpenning: A marvelous story about idyllic life on the farm when the only hint of war was in far off lands, overseas; no threat to us. Then December 7, 1941 that life ended forever.
The Illustrated Man by Jim Tritten: A situation seen as a dire threat to our very existence turns out to be something entirely different.
Featuring works from: Frederick Pangbourne, Jim Tritten, Jerod S. Smelker, J. T. Lozano, Rebecca Rowland, Tabitha Potts, Jacek Wilkos, Chris Tattersall, Lisa Shea, Kerri Spellar, Jeni Lawes, Cassandra Jones.
This is a charity anthology in support of Women's Aid, all profits will be donated to Women's Aid.
Royalties go towards donations to The Douglas Foundation.