Stephen Coonts' Journal

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Christmas eve and the house is quiet.  Presents are bought, wrapped, sent; cards are written, addressed, stamped and mailed; refrigerator is full of cooked stuff and stuff to be cooked; and we are pretty much whacked.  Already.

Merry Christmas from our house to yours….

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Written by stephencoonts

December 24, 2009 at 7:44 am

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  1. Hi Steve, it’s great to come across your site and path again. I was joining a book site, “goodreads” and was entering books I’ve read and when I got to yours I found links here.

    I’m a private pilot from SE Ohio and we meet at your farm strip in WV. So you might remember, I was with a very special friend of ours and was in her Piper Colt, which I bought later and had the great fun of flying for many years. I don’t know if you keep in touch with her but she’s quite well. Her husband at the time, JD if you recall, was my greatest friend but has now passed away. A very great loss to us all.

    I have to admit I’m not a great follower of your fiction thriller series, although I’ve read a few and enjoyed them. However–I’ll never forget reading the Cannibal Queen and the joy of sharing in your travels while being reminded of all the fun I’ve had with others traveling the country in a small plane.

    I hope you and Deborah are having a wonderful holiday season and I can’t help but hope you’re on the farm for it but prolly not.

    Cheers, John

    PS: I’m not flying much anymore, cepting when I can steal some time in a friends plane when I’m home, because I meet a woman…. Isn’t that how it always starts… Anyway, she was a pilot too but got a job offer in the Caribbean which is were we’re living now on a boat. We sold three planes and only got one boat — maybe not such agreat deal eah?

    John 'Boy' Stone

    December 26, 2009 at 12:15 pm

  2. Just finished reading The Disciple – as usual, another great book. If only our Intel Community really had some Jake Graftons and Tommy Carmellini’s maybe we wouldn’t be in such a state.

    Look forward to your next book

    Bob Mullikin

    January 1, 2010 at 6:55 pm


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