Blood Solutions: a Detective Red Shaw novel

blood_solutions_coverEbook and paperback on Amazon.

dark with flawed, lost souls and bloody murder scenes
compelling, gut-wrenching
a fast-paced thriller

A brutal crime in the woods of southern Iowa has deadly repercussions years later in the state’s capital city, where a string of gruesome murders tests the considerable skills of Detective Edward “Red” Shaw.

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Miles to Go: An Alzheimer Journal

How dementia changed an Iowa woman named Rosemary and how her children conspired to move her to a place of safety and relative contentment.

Available as an e-book and paperback.

Reader comments:

…a little book that I could not put down once I started…
“Your journal has been an inspiration to me.”
“The way you expressed the heartbreak of dealing with all of this deeply moved me.”
“Thanks for baring this part of your soul to all of us!”

Award-winning corporate history

75 Years of Innovation documents the history of Rockwell Collins from its beginning as Collins Radio, through the Collins government and commercial divisions’ separation under Rockwell International, then through “The Spin” to independence and beyond.

After digging through archives and news reports and interviewing dozens of executives, employees and retirees, I wrote about the  most recent 25 years of the company’s history. WDG Publishing added that material to a previous volume written in the 1980s by Ken Braband.

Won: A Gold Medal in the 2011 Axiom Business Book Awards.

Nonfiction editing

The Six Things: Leading People to Outstanding Achievement, by Colorado leadership and motivation expert Jim McLaughlin.

Social media

Co-author, Age of Conversation 3: It’s Time to Get Busy! – a book of social media stories, ideas, strategies and observations published in May 2010.


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