A Blind Eye
Morrow, Jul 2003, 23.95, 293 pp.
Reporter Frank Corso fell from grace when he was accused of making up a crime story. However, Frank is resourceful and easily reinvented himself into a true-crime writer who claims to have insider information on a Texas high-society murder. Rather than face the results of a subpoena demanding he talk, Frank does what comes naturally; he goes on the run. Accompanying Frank into hiding in wintry ... Black River
Morrow, July 2002, 23.95, 320 pp.
Though a very tiny earthquake occurred along the San Andreas fault that hardly registered on the richctor scale, the damage to the newly built Fairmont Hospital left sixty-three people dead, forty of them children. It was discovered that the building was not built to specifications because the builders skimped on earthquake prevention fortifications by bribing building officials and inspectors to... Fury
Morrow, Apr 2001, 24.00, 322 pp.
At one time, the media respected former New York Times reporter Frank Corso until he wrote a fraudulent piece. Frank lost his job, the esteem of his peers, and his fiancée. He was fortunate that Natalie Van Der, owner of the Seattle Sun, took a chance on him by giving Frank a job. Even after mishandling another story, she kept him on as a columnist and his name drew readers and advertisers ... Red Tide
Morrow, Aug 2004, 23.95, 313 pp.
In Seattle, Frank Corso comes out of his reclusive writing lifestyle only for his former lover Meg Dougherty. She invited and he attended her photography exhibition. However, at the height of Meg's triumph, the police arrive to evacuate the building due to a toxic chemical spill.
Unable to ignore the journalistic tendencies that seem to make up much of his brain matter, Frank sneaks his way o...