Pete has practiced law for over thirty years, been an elected public official, built a cattle and hay ranch, and written several novels. He splits his time between lawyering in Denver, Colorado, where his first novel, Point Source, is set, and his ranch in Colorado's Wet Mountain Valley, the setting for his second novel, Two Shots.
Disenchanted lawyer Mack Stedman has stumbled into becoming the Sheriff of rural, Grover, Colorado. When his ex-lover is murdered Stedman must deal with his own conflicted emotions while focusing on a man-hunt which leads him into a web of Pakistani terrorists. Will he be able to become the law man he was elected to be or is this job just too much?
Mack Stedman is a journeyman lawyer, pushed and prodded into representing a young latina, seeking environmental justice from the sloppy trucking company that has poisoned her and her North Denver neighborhood. The challenge of the law suit is more than enough, but Stedman finds himself the target of an unscrupulous U.S. Attorney, and an angry plant manager. Can Mack beat the odds?