Author Doug White is a former school teacher and camp counselor, but always had an eye for the open road. He drove a big truck cross-country for thirteen years.
He started writing in 1999, turned in his big truck for good in 2003, bought an RV and hasn’t looked back. He is a graduate of Massanutten Military Academy in Woodstock, Va. and a graduate of Ashland College (now Ashland University) in Ashland, Ohio. Doug is New York State JCI Senator #32834.
He resides in Orchard Park, New York. During his free times he enjoys camping, canoeing and fishing.
The 4th book in the Jake Winters Series. With Christmas over, as with all cross-country truckers, it was back on the road for Jake and Peter. Dead ahead lay June 30, 2002, the scheduled date of Peter’s new funeral. His first funeral in 1901, in the wicked mining town in Montana had been a mockery of a Christian burial. Now all wonder if the new funeral will return Peter to the grave...
The third book in the Jake Winters Series...At the time they met, Jake recognized Peter as a neglected and shy child. A week later, Jake learns Peter’s father murdered the boy in 1901. Jake accepts the fact that his independence is being sacrificed for the care and nurture of Peter. Peter learns about Thanksgiving, Santa and receives a mysterious gift ...
Jake Winters, a loner and truck driver, goes to Slippery Gulch, MT to pick up a load. While there, he meets Peter, a neglected little boy who turns out to be a ghost whose dying wish was to have a friend. Peter sees Jake as the answer to his prayer. The lone trucker now has a ghostly passenger who ends up teaching about more about love than he'd ever imagined possible.
The dispatch appears to be strictly routine: Pick up a load at a mine in Montana and deliver it to Reno, Nevada. But it doesn't take long before long-haul trucker Jake Winters realizes he's being sent to a ghost town to pick up a load at a mine that closed more than a hundred years ago. Little does he know that a mysterious pick up is the least of his worries.