R Lawson Gamble
As a child R Lawson developed a love of travel and an appreciation for the outdoors. He inherited his curiosity for and a love of the Old West from his grandfather, who was raised next to the Oregon Trail in Kansas and would speak of wagon trains rumbling by his home, and from his grandmother who grew up in a sod house near Indian Country and described hiding on a nearby hill when bands of Indians approached. His own father grew up in Coffeyville, Kansas, where the Dalton gang failed famously in their attempt to rob two banks at the same time.
R Lawson continued to quench his ongoing thirst for adventure whenever possible. He has climbed 5000 and 6000 meter peaks in five countries. A marathoner, he qualified for and ran the Boston Marathon. He has paddled the Dead River in Maine at flood, sky dived, and kayaked much of the New England Coast from Connecticut to Maine.
R Lawson's sense of adventure, along with his curiosity, love of history, and his "desire to see what most people never see" is evident in the pages of his books. He transports the reader to places that truly exist, places where he has been, and landscapes that readers may find and experience for themselves. He now lives on the Central Coast of California and continues his adventures as his writing allows.
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When an early morning phone call from San Francisco brings news of yet another murder victim, her throat ravaged as if by an animal, FBI Agent Zack Tolliver agrees to assist his old friend Homicide Detective Marty O'Bannon with his investigation. Zack enlists his Navajo colleague Eagle Feather but what they discover there leads them to an old nemesis and into the vortex of a deadly mystery.
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FBI agent ZackTolliver is called to the tiny town of Elk Wells in the Navajo Indian reservation. Hunting guide Eagle Feather and two clients have stumbled across the body of a small white girl mysteriously abandoned on the remote mesa top. Nearby tracks suggest she was killed by a bear. But the bear tracks turn to human prints. Who or what has killed the little girl?
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