Eric Anderson's first three books were on general aviation
and published by TAB Books and Aero Publishers (divisions
of Crown Publishers). One of them, Plane Safety and
Survival, became a Jeppesen Aviation Book Club
Selection with the comment "One of the 10 best pilot
books in print." The government put copies into every
U.S. Air Force base library which amused the author as
many of the statistics in the book were taken from government
Anderson's last two books are available from stores like Barnes
and Noble and Borders, and online at Amazon.com.
The first, Coming to Texas, is based on
his arrival in the 1960s as a Scottish immigrant with
his wife, Margaret, and their small infant, Gillian.
His most recent book, The Man Who Cried Orange,
is subtitled Stories From a Doctor's Life.
Books in Print:
Coming to Texas --
The Man Who Cried Orange -- at amazon.com