Once a hard-charging LA prosecutor, Cal Claxton is determined to reinvent himself as a small-town lawyer in Oregon. Then a scruffy, tattooed kid shows up asking for help in solving a cold casehis mother's murder. The kid, who is homeless and who calls himself Picasso, is a budding artist, and the boy's determination touches Cal. But Picasso is charged with murdering a prominent Portland businessman, and Cal steps in to defend Picasso. Was the boy framed? Is there a connection between the murders? As Cal uncovers a web of blackmail and deception, he realizes too late that he has put himself and others in the crosshairs of a ruthless killer.
Easley, Warren C.
Award-winning author Warren C. Easley lives in Oregon where he writes fiction and tutors GED students. Easley is the author of the Cal Claxton Oregon Mysteries. For more, visit WarrenEasley.com.