Putnam, Sep 2001, 23.95, 288 pp.
New York history writer Terry Orr turned private sleuth is after Raymond Weisz who killed his son by pushing the young child into an oncoming train. Terry's beloved wife also died when she tried to rescue her child. Terry still grieves his loss and writes in a journal addressed to his wife. Still he believes that bringing Weisz to justice will give him closure. Because of this, Terry's twe... Hard, Hard City
Putnam, Oct 2004, 24.95, 288 pp.
After years of mourning for his wife and their son who died in a train accident, private detective Terry Orr still struggles with the fact that his spouse was locked in a passionate embrace with another man while her son was on the rail tracks. She died trying to save their child's life. Terry cares for Julie, but is unable to tell or show her how much he needs her. His daughter Bella looks aft... Tribeca Blues
Putnam, Oct 2003, 24.95, 288 pp.
It's been five years since Raymond Weisz allegedly threw his infant son on the railroad tracks in the path of an oncoming train. His wife Marina was also killed when she jumped down to rescue her son. Terry Orr is still determined to track down the man and kill him but in the meantime he and his fifteen-year-old daughter Bella go to New Orleans to attend the funeral of his friend Leo Mallard.