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My first novel, “Bring the War Home!” is an award-winning semi-autobiographical novel inspired by my experiences at Camp Pendleton.
Recipient of a 2011 Global E-Book Award for best historical fiction and FINALIST for a 2012 EPIC (Electronic Publishing Industry Coalition) historical fiction award,
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Burning Questions, PART ONE of the 1970′S TRILOGY, is available from Whiskey Creek Press http://whiskeycreekpress.com in print and as an E-book from Amazon.
Burning Questions is the story of a teenage heir to a Yankee fortune who is found in his step-father’s study, shot to death. The local authorities quickly declare it to be a suicide by Russian roulette. But his mother is having none of it. Just a week before, her son witnessed the torching of a hotel. Was he murdered by the arsonists? Her law firm puts bumbling summer intern Nate Lewis on the case and as he begins to uncover damning information he must face a conspiracy to pin the death on Christina Lima, the deceased’s beautiful but poor girlfriend. Is this a case of class warfare, rich trying to blame a murder on the poor, or is she really a gold-digger out for revenge at being dumped, as the powerful “haves” claim? But Nate falls for this girl and soon both of them are running for their lives in this mystery-thriller set in Gloucester, MA in 1969.
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A Shot in the Arm, the second part of the 1970s Trilogy, was published April 1, 2012.
When a pretty young addict is found dead from an overdose, her drug treatment counselor, a black militant, is charged with providing her with drugs for sex. Nate Lewis is paid to defend him but learns too late that his retainer was stolen from rogue government agents involved in dealing drugs to buy guns for anti-communist guerrillas.
Travel back in time to visit a Bay Area rarely portrayed in today’s literature. Peruse the menu at the Trident Restaurant on the Sausalito waterfront. Slide seamlessly among the old, waterlogged houseboats that lined the shore. Mingle with Vietnam era soldiers and sailors, black militants and hippies. Score drugs on practically every street corner. Stroll the Fillmore district before it was gentrified. Witness a car chase over the dirt roads that once crisscrossed Bernal Hill. Sneak into the City’s shipyards and foundries when they still bustled with activity. Spend time at the Hamilton Air Force Base officer’s club. Sip Java where longshoremen once prowled. Attend court at Frank Lloyd Wright’s leaky Marin County Civic Center.
A Shot in the Arm is now available for purchase from my publisher, Whiskey Creek Press: http://whiskeycreekpress.com/store/
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Part Three of the 1970s Trilogy, The Fourth Conspirator, is here now!
A petty criminal is killed while ripping off a marijuana garden. Meanwhile, siblings battle for control of an upscale Mendocino winery. For lawyer Nate Lewis and his wife, winery exec Christina Lima, these two seemingly unrelated events will prove to be the ultimate test of their love and their faith.
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