David C. Corbett’s “A Good Marine’s Murder” Was Displayed at the 2023 Hong Kong Book Fair

David C. Corbett’s “A Good Marine’s Murder” Was Displayed at the 2023 Hong Kong Book Fair

Colonel Dan Breakheart sorts out the cause of his friends accident and discovers that murder is involved.

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Even a non-pilot will appreciate the detail he used to describe and set up this thriller. Gary Pheasant, Amazon Customer

David C. Corbetts military aviation murder mystery A Good Marines Murder was displayed by the self-publishing and book marketing company ReadersMagnet at the 2023 Hong Kong Book Fair. The book fair took place at the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre, Hong Kong, on July 19-25, 2023.

Through the event marketing efforts of ReadersMagnet, the exhibit for A Good Marines Murder was made the book display possible. The company aims to share the works of independent and self-published authors with the world through exhibits at major book events in the U.S. and the world. By displya9ing their books at major book fairs, authors gain proper exposure and connect with potential readers, booksellers, and fellow authors.

A Good Mans Murder follows Colonel Dan Breakheart, the Second Marine Air Wings Safety Officer, as he tries to sort out the cause of his friends accident and death. He is set to unravel secrets from high up in the sky, pointing out a place of crime below.

The case revolves around Colonel Jack Adams, who crashes an AV-8B Harrier in the middle of a North Carolina bean field, thus leading to his death. Jacks wife provides information to Dan to help him delve into the last few days of Jacks life. With this, he uncovers some secrets that bring him to a darker path. The alleged crash turns out to be a 10,000-foot-altitude murder.

With the help of a young and lovely NADEP engineer and his best buddy, Major Snake Burns, Colonel Dan Breakheart must solve the mystery quickly. To do so, he needs to place himself in harms way while smoking the malefactor into a confession.

How far will Colonel Dan Breakheart get into the mystery of his friends murder? Get a copy of David C. Corbetts A Good Marines Murder on Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and the ReadersMagnet Bookstore.

Authors Biography

David C. Corbett retired from the U.S. Marine Corps in 1990 as a full Colonel. During his thirty years career of flying fighter jets, which included the F-8 Crusader, A-4 Skyhawk, F-9 Cougar, and for the last seventeen years the AV-8 Harrier (Jump-Jet), he also held five commands a AV-8 Harrier squadron, a Marine Air Support Group, and a Marine Air Ground Task Force. Colonel Corbett spent two tours in Vietnam, one flying the F-8 Crusader and the other flying Cobra gunship helicopters. He was awarded the Distinguished Flying Cross while flying a mission into North Vietnam.

He began writing professionally in 1986 for a regional magazine, Carolina Cursing. It was in his early writing career that he appeared in Naval Proceeding, with an article on the use of the AV-8 in a combat scenario. He was also published several times in the prestigious Navy Air Safety Publication, Approach.

Beyond his flying abilities, Corbett is an avid sailor, which led to having articles published in a variety of sailing oriented magazines. This led to a position as an associate editor for Coastal Cruising magazine, where he had his own byline.

Now fully retired, living in North Carolina, near the Marine Corps base from which he flew so many wonderful years, he enjoys life with his loving wife, Donna.

A Good Marines Murder
Author| David C. Corbett
Published Date| February 15, 2018
Publisher| ReadersMagnet
Genre| Military Aviation Murder Mystery

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