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The Duwamish In Me

Like Duwamish Tribe members of ancient times, I am one of those people whose earliest childhood memories are of playing beside their river. Continue reading

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Blood Tide

“Blood Tide” is one of my Peyton McKean mysteries and one I’m very proud of. It gives plenty of play to the ingenious brain workings of Dr. Peyton McKean, the Seattle biotechnology researcher and super sleuth whom I like to bill as “The greatest mind since Sherlock Holmes.” Continue reading

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McKean Helps Holmes with his Homework

Peyton McKean is the top expert in his field, just as Sherlock Holmes was before him. And just as Holmes could be relied upon to bring the utmost brain-power to any problem, nowadays that lot usually falls to Peyton McKean. Continue reading

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Peyton McKean’s Seattle: Life Under A Cloud

Where does a writer draw inspiration from? A good starting point is to look around right where you’re at and view things in a new light. Continue reading

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