The Trilogy for Freedom

In the novels of The Trilogy for Freedom you will encounter the quests, battles, sacrifices and love of freedom.

I invite you to join my Readers Group in a conversation on this eclectic adventure and contribute your thoughts on this nuanced and fascinating subject. 

Book One:
A thriller about a quest for personal freedom
in a nation struggling for its liberation.

He faked her death to escape the secret police.

As the Portuguese revolution raged, all three warring factions wanted her secret—or her life. The lovers fled the colony, but their ideas of freedom tore them apart. Years slipped by, then a fado singer reveals his deepest secret. Now this American TV executive must prove he did not murder his lover in Mozambique.

He must find her.

Book Two:
New York is no place to track down warlords who kill elephants.

But when cybercriminals steal her music compositions and hijack her website to sell ivory, she becomes a CIA asset on a mission to bring down the murdering syndicate.

She’s no amateur sleuth, but she’s also no one’s victim. Not anymore. They team her up with a Tanzanian street vendor working the streets of New York. Both undercover, the pair infiltrate the black markets of Dar es Salaam. Things go bad. Things like her mission falling apart, and her life hanging in the balance after she’s captured and must witness the poisoning of elephants at a waterhole. Her handlers can no longer be trusted. Drained of hope and empathy her partner springs her from the warlord hideout and they run, they go dark, and they fall in love on a dhow headed for Mombasa. Are they headed into oblivion? Will they ever return to New York? 

Book Three:.
An eco-thriller about finding belonging
in a lost ecosystem.
Two women protecting a bay...
their way.

Does she belong in this lost ecosystem?

Allison’s freedom after getting out of prison hinges on keeping a secret from an adopted refugee boy. His mother is missing, but with the hacking skills that sent her to prison, Allison discovers the activist’s unpublished blog—the boy’s mother is never coming home. 

Me and my books

My books draw from my involvement in the environment.  I have observed elephants in Botswana, farmed oysters with the Cornell Cooperative Extension, and for the last five seasons I have videotaped Long Island Grown, a lecture series with farmers and chefs for the Peconic Land Trust. I participate in triathlons and swim the open water of Peconic Bay.

Read my biography

Connect with me on social media

Company 2018 © All Rights Reserved. Designed by Geoffrey Wells.

Would love your thoughts, please comment.x


keep calm
& write us