Michael Bernhart is an award winning author who’s published extensively on international health. His credentials for this outpouring are a PhD (from MIT!) and four decades of work in 50 countries.
The journey from writing funding proposals to pure fiction was short and easy. The result is the Max Brown Tetralogy.
Dr. (why not use it?) Bernhart lives in a yurt in northern Georgia. He still flies his vintage plane (this figures in the second novel in the series), unshakeable in the conviction that he’s God’s Gift to Aviation.
Michael Bernhart's Projects
How Existentialism Almost Killed Me: Kierkegaard Was Right
The fourth book in the series picks up fourteen years after the third (How Speleology Restored My... more
How I Made $3,200,000 from My Hobby
Maxwell Smythe Brown IV is a smart-ass by choice. The burden of a pretentious name is under-apprecia... more
How Ornithology Saved My Life
How Ornithology Saved My Life picks up one year after the end of the first book. Max has now found h... more
How Speleology Restored My Sex Drive
Nine years after the second volume in the series, Max Brown and his soul-mate/wife Sally are stru... more
Night Sweats: How Moral Philosophy Failed
Sally and Max Brown are faced with two of the most difficult adversaries they've had to combat: canc... more