In 2006, a heinous, sexually motivated murder occurred in Nashville. The perpetrator was never apprehended, and the crime, like so many others, became just another cold case. Ten years later, a murder was committed, with details eerily similar to the crime committed in 2006. But this time, they apprehended the man all of the evidence indicated was guilty–Nashville Private Investigator Barrett Armstrong. He now sits behind bars charged with the horrific murder of his lover and awaiting trial. Read more >>>
Does your attorney have your best interest in mind? Is your attorney really doing all an attorney can do to ensure you aren’t convicted of a crime you never committed?
Rosa Norway represented criminal defendants throughout middle Tennessee, and she used every trick in the book to ensure her clients were exonerated. But when Angelo Bonaventura retained her to represent him after he had been charged with murder, and she eventually concluded he was in fact guilty, suddenly her position became unclear. Read more >>>
Out of Reach
Their only child was kidnapped and never found. Six years later, the only remaining portion of Jim Markman’s life, remaining relatively unscathed, was his status as assistant district attorney for Davidson County, Tennessee.
His marriage had fallen apart, his desire to interact with any aspect of society was nonexistent, and he found it hard to turn down a drink of any kind that contained alcohol. Read more >>>
Brakus is the story of Roy Brakus, a quirky professional thief who knows the answer to all of life’s questions except how to change his own dishonest profession and how to control his obsessive compulsive behavior.
His life however, changes quickly when, in the middle of a burglary, everything goes horribly wrong.
From there on, it becomes a race against time as Brakus sets out to make sure the horrible crimes he committed become, at least in the eyes of the legal community, the responsibility of anyone other than him. Read more >>>
Everything He Touched (Brakus Book 2)
With the carnage he created in the Green Mountains of Vermont in his rear view mirror, Roy Brakus is ready to move forward into new virgin territory.
Unfortunately, he was unable to leave his Obsessive Compulsive Disorder or the Glock he used recently to solve most of his problems, in those same Green Mountains.
Even though the territory is new, Roy still finds himself haunted by past mistakes and a continuing need to control everything and everyone around him. Read more >>>
With Nothing to Lose (Brakus Book 3)
Shot twice and lying face down in the Cumberland River would normally conclude the existence of most mortal men. But using another of his many lives, Roy Barkus, with one foot in the grave, crawls out again, with his obsessions running rampant and his sanity on the brink of obliteration.
Slowly and deliberately Brakus stalks his arch nemeses, Kat Rickter, seeking to end her existence on this earth once and for all. Kat, after discovering in a most tragic manner that Brakus had survived her efforts to destroy him, uses every second of every day to first locate him and then finish the job she failed to successfully complete on the banks of the Cumberland. Read more >>>
An Absence of Ethics
Rosa Norway moved upward through the ranks of legions of attorneys practicing in Nashville, until she had finally become one of the premier criminal attorneys in the city. But, she crossed the line and suddenly found herself on the cusp of losing everything she had worked so hard to achieve.
She woke up one morning in the arms of John Hampton, the Criminal Court Judge presiding over a pending case of manslaughter involving her client, Jake McKay. Read more >>>
Whisper of Hope
When Hope Whitmore’s four-year old son becomes the subject of a custody battle, she quickly realizes she is in the fight of her life. Hope would accept nothing less than complete and total custody. She desperately needed an attorney to represent her interests in the looming battle, but more than that she needed an attorney she could depend on to win. Nashville trial attorney David Brenden, came highly recommended and after meeting with him he agreed to represent her interests. Unfortunately, along with his legal abilities, came a few personal problems of his own. His practice was becoming more than he could handle—it seemed lately everyone wanted to dissolve their marriage. David was also finishing up his own divorce, dealing with his mother’s illness and playing nursemaid to his brother who never met a drug he didn’t like.
During all those many months of litigation that follow, David and Hope fall desperately in love. But as the litigation comes to an end, and after all she has endured, Hope concludes she must leave Nashville and all the bad memories of her immediate past, behind. She begs David to leave with her, to start a new life with her somewhere else. But how can he possibly leave all that he has ever known, including his family and his livelihood for her? Does he stay? Or is the intimate relationship they established through all these months of ligation strong enough to pull David away from all he has ever known and remain by her side? Read more >>>