Paul Robeson taught studio and stage
arts in public schools in New Jersey
and Maine. He produced a newspaper
cartoon series and co-authored a newspaper
series and book, while serving as
Curator of Education at the Portland
Museum of Art in Portland, Maine.
Robeson worked in television and
motion picture production at Warner
Bros., Columbia, and Universal
Studios in Los Angeles.
He also worked for the Office of the State Architect on
the restoration of the Simon Rodia Towers in Watts, and the
Will Rogers Home in Santa Monica, California.
As a set designer, actor, and director, he helped lead
the development of the Riverfront Playhouse community
theatre in Redding.
Robeson makes his home in Northern California with his
wife Carol, their daughter and son-in-law and their three
children. Their son lives in San Francisco and is following his
own artistic dreams.
ROY DeSILVA had everything - fame as a best-selling mystery writer, a loving and faithful wife and three beautiful daughters. One day it all came crashing down. His daughter is murdered, his wife ceases to talk and then she is murdered. Roy stops writing, obsessed with finding the killer.