New Book by Doctor Jac Tells Story of US Naval Intelligence Officer
Undaunted Lovers Details Experiences in Navy and Love
SAN JOSE, Starting his third career as a novelist, Doctor Jac published his first book, Rough Waters, The Life of a Naval Intelligence Officer in July 2014. Doctor Jac turned to his experiences growing up and serving in the U.S. Navy as an intelligence officer to tell the story of a man’s life, both personal and professional. Rough Waters is semi‐biographical covering a number of Doctor Jac’s experiences during his naval intelligence service in Asia Pacific.
At the urging from his fans, he launched the Spies with Benefits series.
Doctor Jac Launches Spies With Benefits Series
Doctor Jac Launches Spies With Benefits Series Father of Human Capital Analytics Starts Third Career as a Novelist
SAN JOSE, Dr. Jac Fitzenz, Doctor Jac as he is known worldwide, is the father of human capital analytics. He has published 14 books and over 450 articles. He served as a naval intelligence officer in the 1950s. In 2014, he turned to writing fiction, starting his third career as a novelist. His first novel, Rough Waters, is semi‐biographical covering a number of his experiences during his naval intelligence service in Asia Pacific.
Doctor Jac Launches New Book
Doctor Jac Launches New Book Undaunted Lovers Chronicles US Naval Intelligence Officer’s Forbidden Relationship
SAN JOSE, With a few exceptions, writers have rarely attempted to deal with the intrigue of interracial love during a military situation set in Asia. Seldom is real romance in dangerous military settings portrayed.
Award winning author Doctor Jac reopened the door to this unexplored genre in 2014 with Rough Waters, a semi‐biographical story of a naval intelligence officer in love with a married but brilliant Chinese woman. He tells the life of a boy growing up in a small Midwestern town who escaped for a wild time in college, then went on to join naval intelligence. A series of clandestine adventures in Asia Pacific, the tragic death of his son and psychosis of his wife culminate in a return home and mending old family wounds. In the end he finds his true love.