Book one in the Carin Trimble series, Marble Grove is a detective mystery with a contemporary vibe.
Case ID: A-111
Name of Deceased: Marjory Ellen Mosen
Date of Report: 12-Apr-23
Cause of Death: Gunshot wound to the chest.
Place: Glen Acres Nursing Home
Time: Est. 02:00-04:00
Investigator: Marcus Alvin Demchuk
Book two in the Carin Trimble series, Calder Road continues to look into the decadence and deviance that was Marble Grove.
“One of those DNA tests will tell you what you want to know. They run specials all the time. You can learn things you probably don’t want to know for fifty bucks.”
“We’ve all had to have someone else rip off the bandage that we could not take care of ourselves. Sometimes, the pain of losing a few hairs keeps us from knowing the wound is healing. Often, wounds need to feel the air to heal more quickly. Carole, I’m ripping the bandage off Marble Grove and starting with …”
Amid the relentless grip of the valley’s toxic fog, chilling murders and treacherous plots unfold, creating an atmosphere of unease and suspense.
Between life and death lies a five-day void, and Anthony finds himself trapped within. Awakening in an ICU, his heart now tethered to a machine in his chest, he uncovers a disturbing truth, a forgotten plot of his own making. San Joaquin Valley, once thriving, is now consumed by crime and decay. With the cryptic Mary by his side, Anthony embarks on a daring mission to restore order, even if it means deciding who lives and who dies.
A collection of short stories and micro fiction.
Ptarmigan Lane – A Techno Thriller
Fo Miranda – A Fantasy Mystery
Max and The Dream Time – A Fantasy Adventure
But Ossipher & Icky Waddles – Micro Fiction
Web Stories – Quick Reads
A vigilante finds the people that began the pain for so many. The first step is to avenge the agony and suffering he witnessed as a child.
“Some people do not deserve another breath. We expect our laws to protect us from those who are evil and vile. Law enforcement is constrained. Laws fail. Lawyers are too good at playing in the legal grey area. F’ing lawyers.”
Fourth Street Blues
High-Stakes Texas Hold ’em in a Digital World
Fourth Street Blues is a first-person account of sitting at a poker table for a few hours. It is the story of hands played and the characters behind the strategies. No whining about bad beats. No bragging about drawing out the one card needed for the pot. Just a few dozen tips for playing sound, hand-dealt poker.
Musings and Updates
All of my posts and comments are in one place.
Mindless banter and pointless commentary.