The platoon had gone rogue, and the U.S. Army didn't want to kw what they were doing out there in Afghanstan lest they be held accountable for the horror. Rumors abounded. Facts were rare. No one had come forward. Was that because they had been murdered to keep them from telling? No one knew a thing. Once the U.S. Vampire Army entered a new sector, all communication failed. No one got in. No one got out. Only silence prevailed. And that was good. No one needed to kw. That was the best plan, because the higher ups wanted this army lost. It was good just to kw they were out there creating havoc in the Afghani hinterlands.
Frank Weltner is a graduate of the University of Missouri. He holds the degree of M.A. English plus 18 post-graduate hours of study. Mr. Weltner completed studies in the University's Creative Writing Program where he won honors in the prestigious Mahan Creative Writing Awards. Mr. Weltner taught English on three continents including North America, Europe, and Asia. In his younger days, he spent each summer camping alone deep in the Rockies while mountain climbing and living in the wild. He was regularly stalked by bears, wolves, and cougars. More recent interests have included 10K Runs, Marathons, Triathlons, and long distance bicycling. He was a radio commentator in Saint Louis, Missouri at WGNU Radio where he entertained thousands of locals with stories of his adventures and giving deep and unique views on news events, history, and psychology. Mr. Weltner has been featured in 1,500 newspapers worldwide including the New York Times, Singapore Times, and the New York Post. He is an outspoken critic and authority on the history of the Soviet Union and on present-day American threats to peace. Mr. Weltner's novels have consistently probed many of the darkest places resident in the human soul. His recent novels include Psychopath of God, My Dead America, and Vampire Army.