Born in Spokane, Washington and raised in Montana, Idaho and Oregon, Lindsay R. Mohlere has been at various times a poet, a journalist, railroad gandy dancer and conductor, able bodied seaman, husband a few times, restaurant chef, house painter, advertising entrepreneur, boxing referee, photographer, fisherman and hunter.
His short stories have appeared in various magazines, including Gun Dog Magazine, The Upland Almanac, Sportsmen’s News and Timber West.
He currently resides in Portland, Oregon - a city he considers nearly too weird.
They’re in a dangerous business—thieves who steal from other thieves. When plans for a massive pot heist go south, Mouse Morrison and his gang find themselves up against powerful enemies in pursuit of a Mexican cartel’s goods. But loyalties waver; psyches fray, and unseen adversaries make a sure thing more dangerous than ever imagined.