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George P. Vercessi

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Captain George P. Vercessi, USN (ret.) is the author of: Alma's World; We the People; and, SEAL Test.


According to the book description, in Alma's World “Vercessi weaves a tale of murder, revenge, and long-past jilted love with a fistful of characters that will grab the reader and hold on. Molley Moore is at the center of the action, which erupts when her husband, Jack, scratches his arm while inspecting an old dresser in New Market, the antique capital of Maryland. Twenty-four hours later he is struggling to stay alive. As Molley tries to trace the dresser to the idyllic mountain hamlet of Romney, W. Va., she opens old wounds that leave the reader wondering just who the real villains are.”


According to Rear Admiral Robert Ravitz, USN (ret.), SEAL Test “could be a real story taken from the headlines of some of the terrorists who live in our world. George knows how to weave a story based upon his first hand military experience and his knowledge of what "really happens". It is an engrossing story that is hard to put down.”


One reader of We the People said, “George Vercessi has brought years of experience on the Washington scene and a thorough knowledge of Navy operations, along with his natural talent to spin a fascinating and chilling tale, together to create a riveting, thought-provoking account of assassination and high stakes political maneuvering with an astonishing ending in the White House. His handling of military traditions, covert operations and desperate actions is superb. An easy book to read, but not easy to put down until you've finished. You will not forget the final chapter any time soon.”

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