Treason on the Mississippi
An act of treason, a calculated murder…Grant's campaign in the West is finished unless the case is solved.
The John Brown depicted is not the infamous Brown who ignited the War Against the States but a former Boston detective who solved a gruesome child murder case which caught the eye of Abe Lincoln, appointing him to U.S. Grants a
Jack Martin has you hooked from the first sentence in Treason on the Mississippi, the first in a series of 4 Alphonso Clay mysteries. I plan on buying all of them. What a gripping story teller! What makes it so fantastic is that he uses real people and events to create this new twist in history. I could not put it down!
— CJ Loiacono
Jack Martin is a life-long Californian; he never set foot outside the Golden State until his 30th year, but has traveled extensively - in his imagination.
Trained in the prosaic fields of economics and law, and earning his living in the corporate bowels of an enormous aerospace company, in his spare time he st ...more