Arch-patton stories, books, poems, and more

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I used The Dorchester Hotel as a sort of a hideaway, heal up joint, and spa to recover from missions. It is very expensive now and was even more so back when I was an active intelligence agent in the field Read More

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The Booksie Classic House

The road from downtown Quito out and around to Cotopaxi, Ecuador’s highest peak, takes about an hour and a half to negotiate. Actually there are several dirt roads that branch off when one begins to near the national park, but they all lead to the same base camp part way… Read More

Featured Review by HorsesPlease19

"You did well in researching Ecuador's background and in developing a variable writing style that fits the main character's circumstances. Well d..." Read More

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The Veterans House

The air above Africa is rarified. Volcanoes spew up from below to be reported for the first time by overflying airliners. Storms with horizontal lightening that will take any passengers breath away wedge in from all directions, above and below those same airliners. Arch was happy to be aboard such… Read More

Featured Review by Robert Helliger

"A great action packed short story. It is well written." Read More

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