A Killing Rain
Pinnacle, Feb 2005, 6.99, 384 pp.
Private detective Louis Kincaid tried for over a year to get a date with Susan Outlaw; when he finally succeeds and goes to her house, she informs him they will eat here with her son Benjamin. Louis does not mind because he likes Benjamin. While the trio dines together, Susan's estrange husband Austin arrives after an absence of a few years. For her son's sake, she lets her spouse stay in her ... Dark of the Moon
Louis Kincaid, back home in Mississippi to take care of his dying mother, takes a job as a sheriff's investigator and finds himself investigating a hanging from 30 years ago, while having to confront the bigotry and racism that has never left this small town, and its prominent citizens, who clearly want to bury the town's past. Louis Kincaid, after a stint in the Detroit Police Department, finds himself confronted with investigating the 25-year-old lynch... Dead of Winter
A young detective, looking to escape his past, lands in the middle of an investigation that tests his strengths, loyalities and even his life.... Island of Bones
It started out as a harmless investigation into the life of an ordinarily boring librarian for Louis. But after the skull of a baby and the body of a young woman are found, this case becomes more complicated. These discoveries reopen cold case files that span over three decades. All the casefiles are of women presumed dead. During the investigation, Louis must team up with P.O. Mel Landetta. The resoulution of this case involves deep buried family secret...
Paint It Black
Louis Kincaid is a ex law man turned PI and he is aked to come to Florrida to investigate a murder of a woman's husband. They are accused the wife of his murder and her brother. Then more murder turn up with the same MO and they have to let the wife go. The men that are killed are all black, fairly young and just happen to be in the wrong place at the wrong time. They finally tie them together when they figure out that they are all painted with black... Thicker Than Water
Pinnacle, Jan 2003, 6.99, 368 pp.
Two decades ago Jack Cade was convicted of raping and murdering fifteen-year-old Kitty Jagger as his pick axe was the murder weapon and her bloody panties with his blood type were found on in his truck. Rather than go to trial and risk the Florida electric chair, he pleaded guilty to manslaughter and was sentenced to twenty years in the state pen. He served his sentence and is released from pris...