A historical mystery based on the true story of Marie-Joseph Angélique — an enslaved Black woman accused of arson in 1734. She denied setting the fire that destroyed 46 buildings in downtown Montreal. But it didn't matter. More than 20 witnesses testified that she was the arsonist. Though no one saw her do it. She was truly on her own.
Only Philippe Archambeau, a court clerk assigned to her case, believed that she might be telling the truth.
Hung Out To Die
My first mystery novel is available now!
It introduces Riel Brava, CEO of the Canadian Cannabis Corporation. Attractive. Razor-sharp. Ambitious. And something else.
Riel just wants to be left alone to do his job. He also wants to run for president of the United States some day. He has a plan. Little things like murder just keep getting in his way.
Listen to my interview about Hung Out To Die on SXM Canada Talks.
Celebrity Court Cases: Trials of the Rich and Famous
Co-authored with Clare O'Connor, Celebrity Court Cases discusses the trials of O.J. Simpson, Robert Blake, Martha Stewart, Michael Jackson, Bill Clinton, and Winona Ryder.
The Thong Principle
Published by Business Expert Press, The Thong Principle explores the elements of effective communication. The book includes:
real-world examples, and