Brandon LeValley is a freelance writer living in San Diego. He spent most of his life in Washington State before moving to Phoenix and later California. 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 at the beach. As the manager of a furniture store he’s written extensive sales training materials for his staff. In writing fiction he finds that characters facing insurmountable challenges are the most fascinating. How they react under these circumstances and their resulting dialogue becomes the heart of a good story.
Henry Gunderson faces his deepest fears after falling headlong into a crevasse. In order to survive the mountain, he must must come to terms with a personal tragedy that has haunted him for years. His nephew forms a rescue party back at base camp, but their efforts are met with disaster and the lead climber's emotional scars from previous expeditions resurface in the higher elevation.
Where raw nerves and cold steel collide, staying alive becomes a deadly proposition.
When Perry Jacobs convinces his best friend to jump a freight train their world is suddenly turned upside down when they discover a young girl getting raped by two escaped convicts. Perry must eventually choose between the woman he loves and fulfilling a dying friend's last request.