An elderly antiques dealer ends his days in a squash patch on French Island, a rope around his neck and a perplexing token hidden in his boot. Shortly after his murder, a wealthy Chinese real estate tycoon is smothered to death in a hospital bed.
The Kokomo Railroad chronicles the uncompromising struggle to gain the release of Charles Edward Lockert from prison after having been railroaded through the Indiana criminal justice system, illegally incarcerated for almost thirty years, and held unjustly on parole for ten years.
Hank Arrowby, retired California firefighter and potter, receives word that he has inherited his deceased uncle’s property in Vermont. Arriving in Vermont with his loyal dog, Sammy, Hank discovers that the property on Lake Champlain includes the body of a murdered man.
This book was inspired by the Holy Spirit and scribed by one of His students of His word. It is my prayer that what He has spoken through these words will encourage the reader to seek Him with their whole heart and will discover that “Favor” is more than a cliché but an attainable realization waiting to be found.
What makes men different from angels and demons? It is their capacity for redemption. Armageddon: An Apache Story relates the attempt by Bal’am, Prince of Hell, to return to heaven. To succeed, he must dwell in the well of the soul before Archangel Gabriel brings it to the infant.