The twist-filled fourth novel in the Dakota series.
Years ago, Jack Bray was involved in a car accident that left his brother Henry, a certified genius, in a wheelchair for life. Being crippled doesn’t stop Henry from becoming immensely wealthy off the patents for his inventions and, in a bit of eccentricity, paying his debts with ancient gold coins. He’s never stopped believing that his brother still wants to kill him…and that Jack will succeed unless Henry kills him first. So, when Jack is shot-to-death in his office, Henry is arrested for the crime…and hires Dakota to clear his name. That’s only the beginning. Soon more bodies drop, and Dakota finds himself following a bloody trail left by a dead man…right into the center of a shocking conspiracy.
The third book in the hard-charging Dakota series. Dakota is pitted against a deadly assassin who worships, lives and kills based on the teachings of an ancient Egyptian cat goddess.
In the fourth adventure, Dakota is hired by a reclusive, crippled millionaire to prove he didn't gun down his brother...who he'd been threatening to kill for years.
The first novel in the acclaimed Dakota series. Dakota is a half Piegan, half Shoshoni Native American who served as a Marine in Vietnam and afterwards became a cop in New York City. Now he's moved back to the Sierras to work his family’s ranch, ride the rodeo circuit, and take on cases as a private detective.
The second adventure in the action-packed Dakota series. The Board of Directors of Grayson Electric have been kidnapped in Lake Tahoe. Dakota is hired to deliver the ransom...and mount a suicidal rescue.
“Murder's Money” is the fourth series entry, and it's probably the best and most epic of the books.