A recent press release stated, “'Son of Maya' is an international thriller involving a kidnapping and a daring rescue. The series of events pit a wealthy U.S. immigrant, who is also a philanthropic tycoon, against a dynamic Guatemalan revolutionary.”
McKoy has written one other book, “Paying to Play in Hong Kong,” published by Abolet Publishing, and it is only available on his website.
At Hamilton, McKoy majored in philosophy. He was involved in extracurricular activities as a member of both the men’s basketball and baseball teams as well as the College Choir. He was also a member of the fraternity Theta Delta Chi. After graduating, he went on to receive his M.C.P. at the University of Pennsylvania in 1970, and then in 1978, he received his M.P.A. at Harvard University.
The press release also noted, “After a career in business and government, McKoy recently retired as a director of programs at Fight for Children, a non-profit based in Washington which works to improve the quality of education for underserved children and youth.”