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Category Archives: “J” Team Series
RCMP Sgt. Karen Winthrop “Santa Barbara Secrets” A Novel. Third in the “J” Team Series. RCMP Sgt. Karen Winthrop, sequestered to Canada’s Canadian Security Intelligence Service, CSIS, is investigating stolen radioactive material which brought down an American flight from Minneapolis to LAX. She has just left the White House where she was briefed by the head of the Secret Service and “J” Team Leader Jessica Fukishura. Secret Service Special Agent Jessica Fukishura from Toronto, Ontario Karen texted Tom Hortonn from the airport providing him with her flight number and arrival … Continue reading
Thank you from me personally and from the women receiving shelter and protection at the Kamloops YWCA Women’s Shelter Kamloops YWCA. My December royalty cheque for “Wyoming Secrets” and “30,000 Secrets” went to them to assist in their operation in offering safety and regrouping to sexual and domestic assault survivors. “Kamloops YWCA @KamloopsY December 1st the kids at the Y Women’s Shelter wake up to a Christmas house and this year Charlie Brown and the Peanuts Gang have shown up! Holidays are a stressful time of year please donate and … Continue reading
Jessica, Rebecca and Elisabeth resolve many of their personal issues while working with Canada’s RCMP, the Secret Service and FBI to trace stolen radio active material from a Manitoba facility.
Valentine’s Day! Motivate, Encourage and Support. “If the power is going out of your life or in somebody’s life around you because they don’t know if they can find their way out. Be that light for them and let your light shine before them.” Tyler Perry Give yourself or a friend that gift of hope this Valentine’s Day The gift of motivation, encouragement and support with a copy of “Wyoming Secrets” where inspiration develops through Rebecca, Elisabeth and Jessica who experience violence both in their professional and person lives. “Wyoming-Secrets” … Continue reading
Chapter Twenty-Five (“30,000 Secrets) “Rebecca replied without missing a beat or putting her mug down, “First off Deputy, I don’t believe I’ve had the pleasure and I would remember a handsome and charming StoneHead male of your qualifications,” she said, keeping a straight face and avoiding looking at Penelope knowing the two would crack up.” After the deputy left: Rebecca and Penelope were finishing their breakfast with neither talking until Pen took a sip of her black and said, “So, are you going to ask him out?” “I was just … Continue reading
Praise for “Wyoming Secrets” and the “J” Team Series “Friggin good book dude.” Larry Rode, The Rode Show The Wolf Radio “Author with extensive background in law enforcement pens new suspense thriller.” Black Press “Yes, Jessica reminds me of a big cat, lioness – Bengal Tiger-!! No fear. Once again she has her martial arts to fall back on and plenty of cooooooool.” Eileen “I love Jessica! She is a woman who knows what she wants and how to get it. Am loving the book!” Lucille..A Fan! “Hooah! MAX congrats! … Continue reading
American overload on Facebook? A former student pointed out what he thought was an overabundance of Americana on my Facebook news feed and wondered as a Canadian, why I seemed to put so much emphasis on Americanism. He was correct. In promoting the “J” Team Series, my publisher wanted me to do my part, (or, as my journalism instructor would say, “Flogging your work”), by involving my readers in subject matters pertaining to my books, thinking readers would be American, hence the Americana. After hearing from my former student and … Continue reading
I was having lunch with friends and an acquaintance of theirs when she asked if I knew a particular fellow. I responded that I did and she asked if he lived around here. I replied, “Yes, he does, on a cul-de-sac off Birch.” She responded, “Are you gay?” I smiled and asked why she would ask such a question. Very seriously appearing, she said that she had asked where this man lived and I had said that he was, “Cold in the sack”. Not wanting to continue the topic I … Continue reading
“Jessica secured the conference room and slowly walked back to the living room, noting Jason had already left and the horses had been moved from the pastures into the barns for their nighttime safety. The security flood lights were basking the out-buildings in an artificial Sunlight which was so effective an insomniac would have trouble differentiating night and day. She moved slowly around the leather grouping in front of the dwindling fire, reached into the wood pile next to the stone edifice and placed three, four foot logs onto the … Continue reading