Jim Miller is the author of Counter Intelligence, Heavy Jets, Vienna, Stealing Ho Chi Minh’s Gold, Kentucky Weed, and now Terror on the Tundra and Terror in Appalachia. He brings a lifetime of adventure to his fiction having been to every continent and every major world capital. A career in the military included years of service in Vietnam, Thailand, Germany and almost a dozen stateside bases. He was the director of operations for the Presidential airlift wing at Andrews Air Force Base during the Reagan/Bush years where he flew many world leaders. Along the way, he’s been certified as a psychologist, became a restaurateur and flown as a 747 pilot for a major airline. Today, he lives in Kentucky with his wife Donna and spins exotic tales of faraway lands and incredible creatures.