Sympathy for the Devil

When journalist Charles Lawton finds a cartridge case from an M16-A1 assault rifle near a desiccated body in the Texas Panhandle, he knows he is on to a front-page story...

This beautifully written and atmospheric murder mystery, by journalist and writer Terin Miller, evokes the world of the Vietnam veteran and casual racism in Texas during the 1980s in a remarkable example of the genre. More

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About Terin Miller

Terin spent many of his formative years in India, the child of anthropologist parents. Since then, he has lived and worked in a variety of countries in Europe and Asia.
His writing has appeared in guide books, international magazines, including 'Time' and 'Geografica Revista', and newspapers, including 'The Wall Street Journal', 'The Dallas Morning News' and the 'Los Angeles Times'.
He began his writing career as a part-time reporter for 'Time' magazine, then worked for The Associated Press in India and North Dakota, and AP-Dow Jones News Services in Spain and New York. He has also worked as a reporter for the 'Fort Worth Star-Telegram', the 'Milwaukee Sentinel', 'Amarillo Daily News' and the 'Hilton Head Island Packet'.
Born in St Louis, Missouri, and raised in Madison, Wisconsin and several provinces in India, he currently lives in New Jersey.

Previous publications:
'From Where the Rivers Come' (novel)
'Down the Low Road' (novel)

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