Northwoods Forest Mystery
Northwoods Forest Mystery is the fictional account of a crime committed in 1883 in a logging camp close to Bemidji, Minnesota. One Hundred twenty years later, the mystery is solved by the descendants of the unjustly accused man, Caleb White Bear, whose life and heritage were ruined by lies and greed. It's also a contemporary love story of Shauna McGuire, a young widow who, with her son Conor, begins a new life in today's Bemidji, following the death of Shauna's husband, Sam.
This book draws you into the daily lives of it's characters, interspersing tragedies and triumphs we can all identify with. it's filled with a few outrageous characters and their antics. There are laughs and tears, but in the end, the human spirit and the power of prayer triumph over the injustices and adversities of life.
Death Across the Pond
Death Across the Pond is the second in a series of five novels following the
Sanderson family and their friends as they deal with a tragic airplane crash,
blindness and the frustrations of disability. New characters are introduced,
while others from Northwoods Forest Mystery are developed, as friends become
involved in murder, corruption and assassination. Only their faith and love for
one another will keep them alive. Or will it?
"The Ghost in Bolton Hall" The explosive third book in the series of the Sanderson saga has now been published January 15, 2009. This book is far darker and deeper than the previous two and delves into the twisted psyche of assassin Michel DuMonde who is trying to kill several of the main characters. But his plot continually backfires and the deep psychological programming he uses on his victims, backfires on himself...then back again. DuMonde is losing control and is about to be caught, or is he? You'll find out in the final book in the series, "Rubies in the Ashes", due at the end of 2009.