Award-winning author Paul Sturm holds a doctorate from the University of Texas and is an ongoing student of archeology, forensics and human behavior. He is a member of the Writers’ League of Texas in Austin and the Elks Lodge in Cripple Creek, Colorado, where he escapes to write each summer, along with his wife, Brenda.
His first novel, Whispers of the Dead: When Death Doesn’t Die is currently available in print and eBook formats online and wherever fine books are sold.
The reign of the handsome and charismatic minister, Dr. Jaxon King, comes to a scandalous end when the media learns that he has given money to a porn channel. Several months after losing everything, Jaxon is living on the streets. He soon decides to seek out answers about his true identity.
Returning home for his mother’s funeral, Cooper learns his deceased father once led a secret life by engaging in an intimate relationship with his doctor which exposed the family’s secret of ancient artifacts on the family ranch that originated half a world away. After learning of the artifacts, the greedy doctor decides to do anything—including murder—to gain possession of the ranch.
A smuggled parchment arrives at the Vatican. A fragment of a letter, the Epistula Sancta, possibly written by Jesus is discovered. Racing against assassins, a Cardinal and his brother fight to reassemble the letter. Realizing the Epistula contains a hidden prophesy, it must be decided whether to continue searching for remaining fragments and possibly reveal the date of the Apocalypse.