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When a former prosecuting attorney in Los Angeles and a former FBI Agent in New Mexico are victims of brutal assaults, a window to the past is opened. Years earlier, the prosecutor and agent were responsible for the trial and conviction of a white supremacist in the murder of a black man. The highly publicized court proceedings had thrust the abhorrent philosophies of supremacists beneath a glaring spotlight. Now, in the belief that their atrocities are divinely directed, purveyors of hate relentlessly track their victims in a campaign of revenge. Flashbacks to disturbing episodes of intolerance in our nation’s history lay the foundation as former FBI Agent Brad Walker encounters faces and voices from his past. Sprinkled with documented investigations into modern-day white supremacist crimes, dramatic action unfolds from the Southwest to the West Coast in a poignant reminder of the words of William Faulkner: The past is never dead, it’s not even past.” Rocky Mountain streams, the mysterious allure of New Mexico and Colorado’s grandeur are the landscape as police officers and FBI Agents desperately race to decipher fanatical minds of evil. The human face of law enforcement is unmasked as Brad Walker struggles with the memory of his deceased wife while recurring dreams of a beguiling woman, from another place and time, hint of future romance and a new life. Strangers, Lovers and the Winds of Time is the second Brad Walker novel of suspense, following The Mirror in the River.
Dale Lovin was an FBI Agent for twenty-five years, specializing in investigations of violent crimes. In the wake of September 11, 2001, Congress mandated an enhanced Federal Air Marshal Service and he worked in the establishment of this agency. Dale lives in Colorado with his wife, has three children and is an avid fly fisher.