Satan Shoal (Jack & Molly Book 3)
When friends of theirs go missing near Key West, Jack’s name is found scrawled in blood on their abandoned sailboat.
Concerned that a secret from the past has come back to haunt him, Jack desperately searches for answers. Shaken by the disclosure, Molly turns to a psychic palm reader for help.
Can Jack save them before it is too late?
If you have the cure, all you need is the disease. That is the premise of my new novel, The Cure, coming this fall. It is set in the mountains of western North Carolina at a lab for a biopharmaceutical firm. Eric Carter, M.D., has spent the last ten years of his life perfecting a cure for a strain of avian flu. He and his team are crushed when the FDA denies it. What comes next may surprise you. … Continue reading
With almost thirty years in the health care field, I am all too familiar with the red, white, and blue card carried by Medicare beneficiaries. I never thought I’d see the day when I’d have my own. Well, that day is today and represents a milestone in many ways. It is a time of great thanks for making it sixty-five years, and for the many blessings that have come my way. I have so much to be grateful for, including being able to walk in, sit at my computer, and type this column. It is a time for reflection as I remember those friends and family who are no longer with us. That list keeps growing and seems to be surpassing the list of those present. As a good friend reminded me years ago, funerals are for the living, not for the departed. Good advice. I’m amazed at the places … Continue reading