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Darren is a U.S. Navy veteran, graduate of Dallas Theological Seminary, and holds a Masters of History from Southwestern A/G University. Darren writes inspiring stories of courageous characters. His passion to see orphans cared for, protected, and in many cases adopted, joyfully takes up much of his spare time. He is co-founder of an orphan alliance in Ghana, West Africa. Darren earned a black belt in Shurite Karate and teaches anti-abduction techniques to women and children around the world. He is married to Holly and they somehow survive raising their five children.

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“Donley loved the flight deck. It excited him. A rush. He had some misgivings about navy life, but he craved the action on deck. Few things compared to the raw power of an F-14 Tomcat in afterburner. The intense heat. The smell of jet fuel. It felt like a monster truck rally with him in the middle of the action.”
Darren Sapp, Fire on the Flight Deck

“You never forget the friends you grew up with. —Unknown”
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“The Intruder seemed like a house on wheels coming directly at me. The pilot and bombardier/navigator in the seat next to him sat nearly ten feet up. A pilot with a million dollar education in a twenty-two-million-dollar airplane relied on me, a nineteen-year-old kid with a high school diploma.”
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“If you don't have time to read, you don't have the time (or the tools) to write. Simple as that.”
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Patrick Clark I have published a new Kindle novel, the second in the Estranged Spy series, titled A Curtain on the Sea. Although a spy novel packed with action, it paints a picture of intelligence activities in Iran during the early years of Shah Muhammad Reza Pahlavi's ill-fated regime and the opening days of the Cold War. Check it out.

It's 1949 and the Cold War is intensifying. America is expanding its influence in Iran and the Middle East and CIA officer Tom O'Brien is sent to a remote posting on the Caspian Sea in northern Iran. The idea was to keep him under the radar while the fallout from his last assignment settled. But as usual, O'Brien finds he has been thrown into deep water - literally. Tasked with penetrating the Iron Curtain by boat to insert MI6 agents into the Soviet Union, O’Brien and his crewmates are betrayed and ambushed. Having to swim to shore with the only other survivor, O’Brien finds himself a wanted man in a hostile land. To survive he has to fight sea and sun, all the while trying to come to grips with the marital trauma he is going through. Finally making it over the border into Iran, he discovers he is a suspect in the leak that almost cost him his life. To clear his name, O'Brien has to plug the leak.

Patrick Nolan Clark


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