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Dan

Dan

Sunday, February 4th, 1973. It looked to be a pleasant day. That is, until Dan’s body was found in a pine thicket on the far edge of town, a .25 caliber slug lodged in the back of his head. A musician and a teacher, he arrived in Atlanta from Appalachia with a bright future ahead of him. But he also bore a secret Who killed him? What was their motive? Would the case ever be solved? Read More…

Kathleen

Kathleen

The year was 1970. Workers discovered her nude, bullet-riddled body on a construction site in a run-down part of town. Kathleen was special. She came into my life at a critical time. She took me under her wing. And then, just like that, she was gone. Who killed her and why? Could it have been someone I knew? While liberties have been taken as to form, character and detail, and names have been changed, this is at its core a true story. Read More…

The Prince of Paradox and the Light-Beam Rider

The Prince of Paradox and the Light-Beam Rider

This is a classic What If story. It is the tale of two great men of history, author G.K. Chesterton (best known for his British mystery series featuring the priest-detective Father Brown) and theoretical physicist Albert Einstein. While they came from diverse backgrounds and were different in so many ways, they shared a common passion––an abiding reverence for the power of awe and wonder. Chesterton’s worldview was shaped by religion, Einstein’s by science. Although they were contemporaries, there’s no indication that their paths crossed, but what if they had? Read More…