Sir, I Can Explain

Major Jennifer O’Shane, U.S. Army, is ordered by the President on a top secret assignment to INTERPOL. The mission: Find and destroy a giant international human trafficking operation. Instantly, she’s thrust into the midst of a crime syndicate of unimaginable scale.

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About The Author

Colonel Stephen D. Cork, U.S. Army (Retired) enjoyed a successful military career of nearly twenty-seven years. He served in staff and command positions in Germany, Vietnam, Hawaii and several military posts throughout the continental U.S. During the last four years of his career, he led the development of doctrine and tactics, techniques and procedures for joint war fighting for the Army, Air Force, Naval and Marine forces. This assignment resulted in the publication of over fifteen nonfiction manuals that were approved, jointly published and implemented by the U.S. senior military leadership. Since military retirement, Colonel Cork continued writing nonfiction in Florida for Sarasota County government while working as the General Services Director and the Director of Public Works. He prepared a wide range of policies and procedures for intergovernmental operations…

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  • Book Reviews

    “Jenny O’Shane at her finest. I liked her in Knight Time and absolutely love her in Sir, I Can Explain. Appreciated solid research in Navy details. Colonel Steve Cork’s writing is extraordinary…”
    —Frederick M. Derr, Captain, CEC, USNR (RET), USNA 1957

    “This is a super book with a storylines that speak to our social fiber – it should be read by everybody. I truly enjoyed. Fantastic action…I love Jenny O’Shane…”
    —Joann Tiffany, DVM, former Captain, US Army
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    • Slavery in Our Backyard

      It’s happening more frequently than even I thought. Did anyone notice the article today about the Brit couple keeping three Pakistani women as slaves in their home? I believe its the third day in a row that another article appeared.

    • Steve Cork – Author

      I try hard not to bash our Commander-In-Chief. He has a tough job. But he bailed on the issue of the Obama Care rollout by indicating ‘I didn’t know’ about people losing their insurance. What a sad commentary. He publicly