R.N. Crane lives in Orange, California. He is a retired engineering consultant writing romantic suspense and detective crime novels. “Murder in the O.C.” is his newest novel.
He is a member of Orange County Writers, Romance Writers of America, and Mystery Writers of America.
Daria and James had nothing in common except that Daria wanted to steal the Alzheimer’s drug’s formula that James had discovered. Daria took a job as a waitress in a tavern where James and his fellow workers went for lunch. As time progressed Daria grew fond of James. Their relationship improved and somehow survived an assault, a kidnapping, and a murder.
This is the story of one man's struggles to become a successful television reporter and his involvement with two women. One affair threatens to undermine his position as a reporter while the other enhances it. Along the way, he conducts many humorous interviews and gets himself and his television station into trouble numerous times.