- U.S. Department of StateForeign Service Officer, 2005 - present
- Intermezzo Ventures GmbHInvestor Relations Manager, 2003 - 2005
- Mediport Venture Capital GmbHInvestor Relations Manager, 2001 - 2003
- FortuneCity.comInvestor Relations Manager, 1999 - 2001
- Bankgesellschaft BerlinInvestor Relations Manager, 1996 - 1999
- The German Resistance to Hitler: Codename Valkyrie: General Friedrich Olbricht and the Plot Against Hitler, Haynes Publishing, 2009.
- The Berlin Airlift: The Blockade Breakers, The History Press, 2008.
- Women in Aviation: Sisters in Arms: British and American Women Pilots in World War II, Pen & Sword Aviation, 2006.
- King Leonidas and Queen Gorgo: a biographical novel in three parts: Leonidas of Sparta: A Boy of the Agoge, Leonidas of Sparta: A Peerless Peer, Leonidas of Sparta: A Heroic King
- Archaic Sparta: Are They Singing in Sparta? Spartan Slave, Spartan Queen, The Olympic Charioteer.
- Tales from the Languedoc during the Albigensian Crusades: A Widow's Crusade, The Disinherited, The Devil's Knight (not yet released).
- Tales from the Crusader Kingdoms: The Lion of Karpas, a novel about the Latin Kingdom of Cyprus in the early 13th Century (not yet released.)
- Biographical novel about Balian d'Ibelin, the defender of Jerusalem against Saladin. (In progress.)
- The Templar Tales: St. Louis Knight, The English Templar.
- Battle of Britain: Chasing the Wind, (published in Kindle format as: Where Eagles Never Flew.
- The Air War 1943: The Lady in the Spitfire.
- The German Resistance to Hitler: An Obsolete Honor (published in Kindle format as Hitler's Demons.)
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Authenticity vs Accuracy - The Historical Novelist's Dilemma
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