David Michael Litwack
David Michael A.K.A Michael David Litwack, grew up on the Kansas/Missouri state-line. The tension deriving from his ambiguous naming and breeding location might explain the eclectic mix of folk, international, and country selections that he offers. He’s a wanna-be songwriter noted for, among others, Rock ‘n Roll Nation, El Wahid, and Leavin’ Sara Lee…or soon will be. In the meantime he writes kids’ books; he writes espionage novels; he writes technical stuff.
Books by David Michael Litwack
1967. The Cold War drags on. A hot war becomes even hotter, trusting it to the patriotism of American youth. But Harrison Hamblin answers a different call. To honor his ideals, he joins the Peace Corps as a teacher. He’s the one who thinks that he knows a lot but will learn that he knows very little. The third world is choosing sides and angling for aid. Countries will play both sides and manipulate the idealists.
Fiction > War & Military