Calvin Bowden worked many years with juvenile delinquents, adult criminals, law enforcement officials and members of the state and federal judiciary as a probation/parole officer. During that time, he learned much about the various levels and types of criminal behavior, including those offenders classified as habitual criminals and criminal psychopaths. He witnessed the strong points and the tragic shortcomings of our state and federal criminal justice systems, along with the growing anti-social and anti-authority trends in our society. Based on real-life experiences, his novels draw attention to those things and to the many faces of evil which good people are struggling to overcome in order to preserve a life of purpose and harmony
The author holds a B.A. with sociology major, a M.A. with major in Criminal Corrections. He is the author of several other books, which are sold through internet options like Amazon.
He has also written three other novels, "Voices From a Far Field," "Showdown on the Frio" and "Trail of the Butterfly," as well as a book of essays, "Brain Teasers & Heart Pleasers."
A collection of 57 essays from one to 2 pages in length, which poke fun at trendy people and high moguls, and takes a nostalgic look back at how we used to live and what made us what we are today. The stories are just clean fun and apply to everyone, regardless of age, but particularly to your parents, grandparents, and favorite aunts.