Vice Admiral William “Scot”
McCauley, USN (ret.) is “a highly decorated vice admiral, was the sixty-eighth commandant of midshipmen at the U.S.
Naval Academy and commander of naval surface forces, Atlantic. He has a Ph.D. in economics and degrees in both finance and
engineering. He has worked in both the corporate business and foundation sectors.” Vice Admiral William
“Scot” McCauley is the author of Revenge In Exile.
According to the book description of
Revenge In Exile, “With crime lords openly challenging the Mexican government for control of the country,
and an exiled former Mexican president plotting his return to power, Mexico City is a ticking time bomb—and one that
an ambitious US National Security Adviser can use to his own ends. He has sent CIA officer Elizabeth Cramer and old Navy friend
Cole Palmer down to Mexico, but as the situation deteriorates and the country threatens to explode into revolution, a deadly
plot could take the lives of both the US President and his Mexican counterpart. Palmer and a small, clandestine group of Navy
SEALs might be the country’s only hope.”