An Arizona Tragedy

Buy Sites: Amazon US: http://www.goo.gl/fMt82R Amazon UK: http://www.goo.gl/HTQGo Amazon Worldwide: http://www.authl.it/1sv An Arizona Tragedy The year was 1967. There was exciting news on radio, television, and in the daily papers. Some of the news was reasonably good, some very bad. Vladimir Komarov, a Russian cosmonaut, died as his descending spacecraft got entangled in its parachute […]

Philanthropists and Kind Souls

Philanthropists and Kind Souls It is not often that I have the high honor and privilege of meeting two people who have spent major portions of their life giving back from the hard work they loved which brought them happiness and financial independence, two people who know from where their blessings come and easily confer […]

A Common Evil – A Bailey Crane Mystery

Kindle Version Just out today! Paperback out in week or so. The Kindle version of A Common Evil – A Bailey Crane Mystery came earlier than expected. The paperback will be available in a week or so. The link for the Kindle version is goo.gl/5PsAie . One beta reader has given me a 5-Star review which should be […]

Book Cover To Be Or Not To Be!

  OR A Book Cover To Be Or Not To Be! A Book Cover To Be Or Not To Be? I’m told by so many people that a cover can make or break a book, in terms of drawing readers to it. Of course, the content goes a long way in deciding whether or not […]

“An Arizona Tragedy – A Bailey Crane Mystery” (Book 1) – An excerpt

Remembering that a picture is worth a thousand words, I offer this excerpt from Book 1 of ‘The Bailey Crane Series’. There are five books in the series: Book 1: “An Arizona Tragedy – A Bailey Crane Mystery” (Book 1) Book 2: “Satan’s Song – A Bailey Crane Mystery” (Book 2) Book 3: “The Brutus Gate […]

“Somebody Likes Us!”

We all have our reasons for writing and it’s a good bet that most of those reasons are fairly standard…to fulfill a desire…to become established, famous, successful…to simply tell a story…to scratch an ego itch…for all these and many other reasons. Does it really matter what our reasons are for writing? Any reason is valid […]