mysteries set in
and along the shores
of Lake Superior
Winners of the 2017
EVVY Award and
Award, the largest
contest in the world.
Seventeen years ago, a beautiful
Ojibwe dancer disappeared along
with her 4-year-old daughter.
Grant, half Ojibwe himself, may
be the only person who can ferret
out the secrets hidden within
centuries-old tribal customs,
clans and loyalties.To finish this
story, Grant will discover it is his
story as well, and he must
confront his own cynicism.
Somehow a cold case investigation becomes a powerfully uplifting love story.
Sheriff Lewis Radisson is wondering why bodies are missing from the Bayfield cemetery. Navajo FBI agent Benjamin Tuba is on the trail of a tattooed serial killer. And Sam Grant's growing closeness with the spirit of his Ojibwe grandmother is causing problems with friends and lovers. Through his visions of frogs and birds, Grant discovers a chilling secret... and a deadly enemy.
The manicured body of a Chicago woman, looking expensive even in death, is found on a wind-swept, rocky shelf on Devil's Island, the northern most point of Wisconsin.
A kidnapping in Paraguay begins Sam Grant's quest to understand his purpose. This book will be available in early 2018.
2017 CIPA EVVY Award
2018 IPPY Award
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The father of a young physicist is found butchered in a wild meat locker. It's a mystery that pits science against ancient Ojibwe spirits.