The reporter has a front page story and a rare exclusive. But that’s not enough for Myers. Compelled by haunts of his wartime past to right a wrong, he embarks on leads propelling him into the ruthless underworld of human trafficking, where his only source to the infants and his sole ticket to live may come from the compassion of one of the smuggler.
"Argo is a convincing writer who knows his material and brings it across with perfection. Baby Love, its blending of plot, character and place, exemplify his brilliance as a top notch composer in the thriller genre. Read it." Gene Riehl, bestselling author of Quantico Rules
Journalist Russ Payne's cushy assignment abruptly ends when a wild, tormented grunt named Willingham is reassigned inexplicably to his rear post after an ambush that left everyone else in Willingham's unit dead. Ordered to befriend Willingham as part of a secret CIA investigation, Payne begins an unwitting odyssey into the heart of a war-torn jungle where he helplessly watches a childhood friend die, comes to love a woman who might be Viet Cong and winds up being court-martialed for murder.
In stunning scenes of combat and intrigue, we glean as in no other novel or movie the patch-quilt nature of the Vietnamese people and the murderous deceit of body count politics from the grunt's eye--on both sides.
A girl molested ... A father murdered …A killer on the loose.
Young UCSD grad Janice Parrish is jailed for killing the father she loved. When crime reporter Ray Myers tries to prove her innocence, both become the hunted in a mind-twisting pursuit for revenge by a psychopathic killer. Janice Parrish had plenty reason to hate her father after recalling the horrible memories of the sexual abuse as a child. But even as she's booked on murder charges, she knows there was someone else at his house that night. So begins Janice's dark journey through a tortuous psychological wasteland of false memory and real murder. In a race against time to save Janice, Myers must stop the stalking psychopath whose murder spree has only begun.
"A gripping, masterfully told story." – Dr. Elizabeth Loftus, author of The Myth of Repressed Memory