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Outcry Witness

Outcry Witness is the gripping story of a clergy abuse cover-up told from the inside. . . . A spiritual thriller . . . that pulls the reader in a powerful narrative tide swirling with mysteries of guilt and doubt, faith and betrayal, that carries the reader toward the startling conclusion.” -- Jason Berry, author of Lead Us Not Into Temptation: Catholic Priests and the Sexual Abuse of Children

Many Rivers to Cross

Hurricane Katrina struck the Louisiana Gulf Coast in late August of 2005. In the aftermath of the category-three hurricane, the churning waters of Lake Pontchartrain tore through the levee system of New Orleans, causing unprecedented flooding and stranding those who had failed to evacuate in time. Images of desperate men and women clinging to rooftops filled every news station. It is in this setting that Many Rivers to Cross unfolds.

With water rapidly rising to alarming heights, the only way in or out of New Orleans is by boat. Hodges Grant, a veteran of Vietnam, must ply the fetid waters in a homemade craft in order to reach his daughter and two grandchildren stranded in their home.

The White League

Coffee magnate Paul Blanchard's comfortable world is turned upside down when his old fraternity brother threatens to expose a dangerous secret that Paul has been harboring for 20 years -- unless Paul bankrolls Morvant's bid for governor. And in the bargain, Morvant demands that Paul secure the financial and political backing of a clandestine group called The White League, which Morvant insists has been the real powerbrokers in New Orleans for a hundred years. Paul's desperate pursuit of the truth uncovers family secrets, historical intrigue, and the underworld machinations of a mysterious group that will resort to murder in order to maintain their control of the city.

Into Thin Air

When the body of an Argentine journalist is found floating down the Roaring Fork River in Aspen, Sheriff Kurt Muller, aging hippie, single father, and son of one of the resort's founders, finds himself entangled in an undercover FBI investigation that implicates him in drug-trafficking and murder.

Hardrock Stiff

When an irascible old mine owner of prime real estate on Aspen mountain is killed in a mine explosion, Sheriff Kurt Muller is drawn into a dangerous covert war between militant eco-warriors and powerful corporate forces grappling for economic and political control of the New American West.


When wealthy recluse Nicole Bauer is found dead at her Aspen mansion, her old flame Sheriff Kurt Muller becomes a prime suspect. To clear his name and find her killer, he delves deep into Nicole's decadent music-groupie past and the mystery surrounding a rock legend's death at her mansion 20 years earlier.

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