Brandon LeValley is a freelance writer living in Walla Walla Washington. He recently moved back to his home town after living in Phoenix, San Diego and Palm Desert. He earned a Bachelor of Arts degree at WSU. Along with a passion for writing he is also an avid photographer and loves spending time with his family. In writing fiction he finds that characters facing insurmountable challenges the most fascinating. How they react under these circumstances and the tension created by their dialogue becomes the heart of a good story.
After falling headlong into a crevasse, Henry Gunderson faces his deepest fears and is forced to reconcile a personal loss that had been haunting him for years. Back at base camp, once his nephew learns of his fate, forms a search party, but their efforts are met with disaster and the lead climber's emotional scars from past expeditions soon surface in the higher elevation.
Once Perry Jacobs is released from prison, he and his best friend try to recapture the thrill they experienced jumping a freight train. Their fun soon turns deadly when they run into two escaped convicts abusing a young girl. Perry must reconcile his friend's request as he faces impossible circumstances trying to evade the law and survive.