Cally's Ruin, a novel. Set in Crete, Cally's ruin interweaves a WWII and a 2002 story to explore how love and horrific historical horrors create our identities, whether we know about them or not.
Homeless: look for it soon as a Kindle single. Caught inside an old stone house on the St. Lawrence River, a woman will not tell anyone her name. Police can not charge her without it, so the judge sends her to a forensic psychiatric hospital for a 30-day assessment. Cat-and-mouse interviews, escalating violence on the ward, and a story of love in a city ravine offer, in the end, a story of hope.