Bob Stark returns to Denver after 18 years in Southeast Asia to discover that the mother he buried before he left is dead again. At her second funeral, he sees . . . himself. Is his other self a hoaxer, or is something more sinister going on? Even worse, two men who appear to be govern-ment agents are hunting him for no reason he can fathom. With the help of Kerry Casillas, a baffling young woman Bob meets in a coffee shop, he uncovers the unimaginable truth.
"What are you waiting for? Read this book. Now. "More Deaths Than One" is much better than any "bestseller" out there. The plot is constantly surprising and intricate, the characters draw you into the tale and the overall writing is top notch." ---Mickey Hoffman, author of School of Lies
"I bought this book for my Kindle about a year ago, and I wish I'd read it sooner, because it is a great story. From almost the moment you start reading to the very last page, you find yourself addicted, trying to find out what exactly is happening and where it will go. At the same time you find yourself really rooting for these characters, hoping good things will happen to them and cheering for them during the bad times as you watch them solve this intriguing puzzle of military scandal, deceptions, and a conspiracy dating back to the war in Vietnam and a corporation that will do anything to silence its enemies." ---Rami Ungar, author of Rose and Snake