Started this discussion. Last reply by Susan Jun 8, 2013.
In 1870, much of the American "Wild West” remained unsettled. Seeking a better life, pioneers traveled west in horse-drawn wagons, but they faced many hardships.
Some were ambushed and killed by robbers or Indians. Towns were few and far between. The treeless windswept Kansas prairie was particularly harsh: extreme summer heat, frigid winters, disease and grasshopper…
Posted on December 16, 2013 at 10:42am — 2 Comments
Just in time for the Beach! My award-winning New Orleans crime thriller, ABSOLUTION, will be free for two days on Wednesday, June 20 and Thursday, June 21. A serial killer preys on young women in New Orleans, where everyone has something to hide ...
Best Mystery-Suspense-Thriller of 2009 -- The Premier Book Awards
"Relentless tempo ... sharp writing." -- Kirkus Discoveries
"A killer thriller!" -- Jan Herman, Arts Journal
"Creole-flavored suspense!" -- The Sun…Continue
Posted on June 20, 2012 at 12:34am
Okay, folks, my last Renzi Rant was pretty ugly, and I don't want you to think I don't have a sense of humor, so for this one I decided to lighten up. This may come as a big shock, but a lot of criminals do really stupid things. You've heard of stupid pet tricks? Criminals are worse. Hey, if they were smart they'd be making big bucks on Wall Street. For a couple of samples, read on.
Take my baby, please
Tanya wanted a gun. Why? Who knows, but I'm guessing it…Continue
Posted on May 21, 2012 at 9:21am
Karen and Richard Sharpe lived in an upscale area of Gloucester, a seaside town in Massachusetts. To the neighbors, they seemed like the perfect couple. They had been married for 27 years and had three children. A dermatologist, Richard taught at Harvard Medical School and his medical practice and other businesses earned him millions of dollars.
But behind the happy facade, bizarre behavior haunted the Sharpe household. For years, Richard had led a secret life. He was a cross-dresser…Continue
Posted on May 13, 2012 at 4:02am