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The Monastary of St. John on the island of Patmos

My co-author, B.K. Sherer, in her chaplain tent, Iraq, 2003

Beyond Eden

A young book editor stumbles up from the site of a chemical attack in the London subway. He accepts a woman's offer of help and a hot cup of tea. He then disappears...

A group of boys in upstate New York goes sledding. One doesn't come home.

A military convoy approaches a lone figure on a dusty road south of Baghdad. The woman is Army Chaplain Jaime Richards--and it seems she's been gone a lifetime.

After three years, Jaime has chosen to return. But soon she'd discover that the series of kidnappings is fatefully and tragically connected, and the answer lies somewhere on the ancient island of Patmos, where the book of Revelation was written, and where rumors of immortality still persist...

Selected Works
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Action Adventure for ages 12 and up!
A thrilling read about a teenage agent for a secret organization that quietly does good in the world. Fast-paced and exciting, it also promotes non-violence and respect for all. But read it just for fun!
New Mystery!
Making movies can be murder...
A Treasure Hunt You'll Never Forget!
Join Jaime and Yani as the ultimate treasure hunt takes them from Iraq to Davos, Switzerland to the Qumran on the trail of the Treasure of Eden...
The First of the Eden Thrillers
A modern day thriller with a female protagonist, encompassing real-life stolen artifacts, ancient ruins, and a race to find the site of the original Garden of Eden.
A Thrill-Packed Sequel to Chasing Eden
Jaime Richards Returns in the much anticipated sequel to Chasing Eden
All the Best of Hawaii in a book!
You'll buy a plane ticket before you get halfway through!
The unforgettable story of Hawaii's courageous last princess who died of a broken heart at age 23.
The young architect who saved 100,000 lives. "One of the definitive biographies of the Holocaust." --Museum of Tolerence
Recent Non-Fiction
A fascinating look at the history behind trees loved by famous Americans from Amelia Earhart and Mark Twain to George Washington and Elvis Presley.