I have written the following books, mostly about fliers or the flying life:
Runway Visions: An American C-130 Pilot’s Memoir of Combat Airlift Operations in Southeast Asia, 1967-1968 (McFarland Publishers, 1998).
Solo Stages: A Recollection of Jet Pilot Training in the United States Air Force, 1962-1963 (Dorrance, 2017).
Letters from a War Bird: The World War I Correspondence of Elliott White Springs (University of South Carolina Press, 2012).
An American Pilot in the Skies of France: The Diaries and Letters of Percival T. Gates, 1917-1918 (Wright State University Press, 1992).
Flying for the Air Service: The Hughes Brothers in World War I (Popular Press, 1998).
Anne Morrow Lindbergh (Twayne/G. K. Hall, 1988).
Words to Measure a War: Nine American Poets of World War II (McFarland Publishers, 2009).
MiG Alley to Mu Ghia Pass: Memoirs of a Korean War Ace, by Cecil G. Foster with David K. Vaughan (McFarland Publishers, 2001).
I have a few copies of these books. Please contact me if you are interested purchasing a copy and I will give you a quote. Generally my prices are lower than the new purchase price. Postage costs will be indicated as well. The more books purchased, the lower the postage costs.
My next book: The Possibilities of Flight: American Juvenile Aviation Series Books in the 20th Century (tentative title), to be published by McFarland Publishers.