William Hoffman attended Georgetown University School of Medicine in Washington, DC and will complete a residency in Neurology in San Antonio, TX.
He is a private pilot and member of the U.S. Air Force fascinated by the interface between neuroscience and aerospace.
‘Wings of Deceit’ was inspired by clinical research he conducted on the relationship between pilots and their physicians and this aviation thriller speaks to the results. He is an avid airplane spotter, coffee drinker, and frequent brewery dweller with his wife.
About Wings of Deceit:
If you like the gripping novels of Dan Brown or Lee Child, this page-turning historical technothriller will leave you captivated and aching for more. - "Captain Robert "Mac" Frank is a seasoned pilot whose life is centered around being in the captain seat of a wide body airliner. Living out of a suitcase has left him isolated. A lifetime of dishonesty has left him empty and alone. His career has filled many voids, but when health puts his license in jeopardy, he discovers he will risk everything to claw for control of his crumbling life. While alone in the cockpit above the Pacific Ocean, his condition progresses, triggering chaos and ruin. Julie, his young female copilot and former student, is called to save hundreds aboard. Faced with an investigation and certain criminal charges, Mac has to decide what his life has meant and if it is still worth fighting for."