("A class performance, powerful and accomplished . . . mys...)
"A class performance, powerful and accomplished . . . mystery at its best." -Clive Cussler "This gifted writer has given us a page turner that affords a fascinating look inside the postal service. Read this one, and dropping a letter in the mailbox will never be the same." -John Lutz Meet Calvin Beach, a disturbed postal clerk with a grudge against illegal immigrants and welfare mothers. He plans to keep postal inspectors busy with homemade bombs. He will succeed, too, because he has a patsy chained in an abandoned Titan missile base in the desert. But Calvin is also being watched by a rookie postal inspector named Victor Kazy, the one person who suspects the police are looking for the wrong man. When Victor finally uncovers the truth about an abduction-that of his partner Maria-watch Calvin "go postal."
AS, Bob Jones University, 1978.
With United States Postal Service, Greenville, South Carolina, 1986-1989, Tucson, since 1989. Freelance editor, Greenville, 1979-1986. Founder, writer Sun Sounds Radio Theatre, 1999.