The new Red Shaw novel is now on Amazon in both ebook and paperback editions.
A man turns up dead in a bicycle storage locker on a muggy August morning and Detective Red Shaw takes the heat.
Shaw has just outsmarted a murderous sociopath who almost killed him. Now he has another homicide to investigate—while he’s hobbled by a sore knee, distracted by a steamy new romance, and dodging accusations of coercing a confession in an old case.
Shaw and his partner probe the sometimes toxic, competitive world of amateur bicycle racing, where they find a web of cryptic social media messaging, stolen property, drug trafficking, and murder.
Ebook and paperback on Amazon.
A brutal crime in the Midwestern woods leads to a string of grisly murders that challenge the sleuthing skills of Detective Edward “Red” Shaw and ultimately put him in mortal danger. The gruesome killings begin with a horribly mutilated victim, who is found with a crude crossword puzzle carved into his skin along with an ominous, bloody clue.
How dementia changed an Iowa woman named Rosemary and how her children conspired to move her to a place of safety and relative contentment.
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Award-winning corporate history
75 Years of Innovation documents the history of Rockwell Collins from its beginning as Collins Radio, through the Collins government and commercial divisions’ separation under Rockwell International, then through “The Spin” to independence and beyond.
After digging through archives and news reports and interviewing dozens of executives, employees and retirees, I wrote about the most recent 25 years of the company’s history. WDG Publishing added that material to a previous volume written in the 1980s by Ken Braband.
The Six Things: Leading People to Outstanding Achievement, by Colorado leadership and motivation expert Jim McLaughlin.
Co-author, Age of Conversation 3: It’s Time to Get Busy! – a book of social media stories, ideas, strategies and observations published in May 2010.