In the works
My writing part of the work on Murder in a Small Town: The Tragic Death of Stacey Burns, a true story about a yet unsolved gruesome murder that happened in Wolfeboro, New Hampshire, in May of 2009 has come to a halt with the arrest, trial, and conviction chapters yet to be written. There seems to be no progress toward a resolution of this case, even after eleven years. This lack of progress is, in my opinion, a crime in itself, but that is another story.
My memoir about growing up with a “Greatest Generation” father in the halcyon days of prosperity following World War II in also a work in progress.
Numerous short stories and personal essays have been submitted to a wide variety of venues throughout the country. Stayed tuned for more information on the progress of these and all of my projects!
My eighth novel, another current work in progress, explores the lives of several families as they face the terrifying days of the 1962 Cuban Missile Crisis.