Marcus Wynne has been a paratrooper,
diplomatic bodyguard, Federal Air Marshal, close combat instructor, emergency medical technician, freelance writer, training
and security consultant, and a cook. He's traveled to more than 50 countries, many of them listed in Robert Young Pelton's
best-selling book, The World's Most Dangerous Places. His exploits in government service include hunting North Korean Special
Forces units in the Korean DMZ, coordinating the American Embassy evacuations in Haiti during the 1991 coup, and leading a
counter-terrorist Federal Air Marshal unit during the Gulf War. In the course of his many adventures, he's fallen off the
highest mountain in England and raced mountain bikes in the Italian Dolomites with the BMW Race Team.
A respected counter-terrorism
instructor, he was invited to South Africa to train Nelson Mandela's bodyguards and he trained all the local police tactical
units for high-risk protection operations during the Dayton Peace Accords. As a consultant on training and security issues
for high risk professionals, his clients include the CIA, DOD, NASA, BMW's Professional Racing Team, the Federal Reserve Bank,
and dozens of elite military and police units from all over the world.
Marcus has been publishing articles
in a wide variety of magazines and newspapers since 1983. His specialties for many years were crime, police and military subjects.
An avid photographer as well as a writer, he's published hundreds of articles in U.S., European and South African magazines
According to the book description of WITH A VENGEANCE, “The best-selling
author of NO OTHER OPTION, WARRIOR IN THE SHADOWS, and BROTHERS IN ARMS returns with his first novel in six years. Timely
as today’s headlines, the story of Hunter James -- a government agent pursuing a terrorist who exploits vulnerabilities
in the American aviation security system -- takes us on a whirlwind tour of the worlds of counter-terrorism, knife fighting,
combatives, covert operations, the war in Iraq, deception operations and 4th Generation warfare.”