I began my short writing career four years ago. Since them I have been honing my writing skills and learning how to tell a better story.
I work as a police officer in the state of Pennsylvania and after fifteen years of law enforcement and a tour in Iraq I have a lot to write about.
I focus on gay fiction and romance but I will be expanding into other fields when the opportunity arises.
Specialist Jack Russo is a lonely, soldier serving in Iraq. He doesn't have a regular outlet for his sexual frustrations until a roadside bomb injures the driver of his gun truck and Private First Class Shawn Farrelly arrives on base. Russo and the young soldier are dispatched to a rescue mission that turns into an ambush.
Alone and cut off from the rest of their unit in a hostile neighbourhood, the soldiers take refuge in an old woman's shed. The men fear they can't make it out of their situation alive and choose to go out with smiles on their faces. They take advantage of the momentary privacy to fulfill their animal desires and leave labels behind.
The latest entry in John Simpson’s popular gay cop series that began with Murder Most Gay partners Simpson with coauthor Robert Cummings and finds policemen Hank Capstone and Pat St. James on the trail of a serial killer who targets young male hustlers.
While Hank and Pat are very happy with their home lives and their husbands, the police work has become more perilous and unpleasant. Though Hank and Shawn, along with Pat and Dean, enjoy a weekend at Gay Pride in New York City, they know their investigation into the brutal murders of rent boys will be waiting when they return home. Along with trying to investigate the murders, they must also deal with Pat’s old training officer who is now working in the detective bureau. Blinded by ambition and alcoholism, Flanders wreaks havoc on an otherwise solid case against the killer.
When their sergeant’s gay nephew, Clay, is lured into a meeting, then drugged and raped, the sergeant asks for Hank and Pat’s help. Clay is reluctant to talk to the cops, but Hank and Pat will need to gain his trust once they discover his attack may hold clues to catching the killer and closing the case that a dozen other detectives are trying to solve.