A decades-old murder, waiting to be solved. An unlikely detective in any era. A journey back through time ... will history stay on course, or will the future be forever changed?
Critical Acclaim for Drawn Back
Drawn Back draws readers back from the contemporary scene to 1929 Portland in a vivid time-travel story that involves likeable characters and breath-taking action. If you want complete involvement in speculative fiction, this is the book to choose.
Author of the Latouche County Mysteries and Lark Dodge Mysteries.
A Matter of Justice
Chanticleer 2016 Grand Prize Winner for Suspense/Thrillers
Jefferson Dawes left behind years of law enforcement to manage the Portland, OR office of a national security firm. Then a former colleague is found dead. Jeff quickly realizes that the apparent suicide is part of a larger, much deadlier agenda - a chain of death stretching across the Pacific Northwest. Each murder is unique and professionally executed. Someone is going to great lengths to hide their crimes.
Critical Acclaim for A Matter of Justice
Author Keith Tittle rings all the challenges in this complex, gripping mystery. His story combines diverse elements lending the story opportunity for multiple mayhem. Jeff Dawes is a believable hero – determined, diligent, dogged by past failures that spur him to try harder. The setting – Portland, Oregon, with its scenic natural environs makes for a variety of well-staged scenarios.
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