THE FLOWER LOVER -
Richard Garcia investigates the disappearance of a rare
cultivated orchid. Garcia’s queries lead him to uncover a
clandestine group that is illegally selling munitions and
stolen Soviet nukes on the black market.
- The story of a
cat, two boys, The Big Cheese, and how onions make the
world go 'round. Suitable for children
between the ages of nine and thirteen.
THE ISLE OF ALASKA
MYSTERY - An
environmental "why do it" vs. the traditional "who dunnit."
A high school senior in Seattle investigates a group of
industrialists who are dumping toxic waste into Puget
Sound. Suitable for middle and high school students.
- Against the
background of the Gulf War, Richard Garcia makes inquiries
into the mysterious death of a young woman in Los Angeles.
In the best tradition of Spillane and film noir,
his book contains adult language and situations.
HEART OF STONE
- On the eve of Y2K, a high
school biology teacher on Washington's Olympic Peninsula
tracks down the people responsible for the death of forest
GROWING UP WHITE IN
THE SIXTIES - A
fictional memoir of a boy coming of age during
the era of Civil Rights and Vietnam.