Author Craig's Book
A Vineyard Killing
Scribner, June 2003, 24.00, 240 pp.
After all the trauma he experienced in Vietnam and as a police officer in Boston who got shot in the line of duty, J.W. Jackson is happy living on Martha's Vineyard and making ends meet by taking odd jobs. One day while he and his wife Zee are eating at the local deli, shots ring out and J.T. rushes out to see Paul Fox lying down on the sidewalk. The shooter is nowhere to be found but Paul is ...
Murder at a Vineyard Mansion
Scribner, June 2004, 24.00, 272 pp.
Retired police officer J.W. Jackson lives in the Ocean Heights section of Martha Vineyard with his wife and two children. He takes on odd jobs to earn extra money including some detective work when he becomes interested in an unusual crime. The Silencer is a modern day Robin Hood, who “fixes” music systems which are playing too loud in moving vehicles or homes with the windows open. He somehow...
Scribner, Jun 2002, 24.00, 256 pp.
Former cop J.W. Jackson enjoys his current life on Martha's Vineyard not so much because of the laid back lifestyle, but because he loves his wife Zee and their two kids. Still while much of the residents fret over the unsolved headless horseman murder, J.W. worries that something is bothering his beloved as Zee is very distant from him and even their kids.
While he ponders how to reach his s...
Scribner, Jun 2001, 24.00, 356 pp.
Fifteen years ago, Boston police officer J.W. Jackson was injured on the job and subsequently retired on disability. He moved to Martha's Vineyard and married his beloved Zoe. They raised two children. One day, two thugs
enter the Jackson home looking for Tom Rimini. Zoe informs them that she does not know anyone by that name, but they do not believe her. They injure her and her daught...