Books by Rae Richen
In Without Trace, A Glyn Jones and Grandma Willie Mystery, When hip-hop drummer, Trace Gowan is kidnapped from a street corner, his friend Glyn Jones and the rest of the band work the underground to find their friend. They soon find that there is way more going on than they ever guessed.
A Fool's Gold
In the 1880s, as the sole woman mining engineer in Colorado, Caroline Trewartha expects derision and dismissal, but she doesn’t expect death. However, three close friends of mining leader, Gryf Williams, have been murdered, and he suspects Caroline has been sent to finish him. As she works to uncover the real murderer, can Caroline save herself, the mining community and the man she has come to love?
Sentinels of Solitude
Landscape architect Bronwen Llewellyn accepts a challenging job beyond her normal urban projects, creating a landscape for the lovely home on Margaret MacGregor's sheep ranch in Oregon’s upper Willamette Valley. However, upon arrival, Bronwen is pitched into a land fight that threatens lives and implicates MacGregor friends.
In 1942, Laura Atweiler discovers her dying father, tortured because of his secret role in Allied Army Intelligence. His last words implicate trusted staff in his murder. Laura can trust no one as she searches for his killer, especially not her shadow, COI agent, Ian McKay.
Scapegoat: A Family Saga
For generations, the Evans-Lloyd family has fought those who sell panic and alarm in order to gain power. This two-book offer covers two stories in the family saga. Set in everytown, Portland, Oregon, both stories show the courage and potential strength of those who refuse to buy 'fear of others' when sold by the powerful.
In Concert, by Rae Richen, beautifully depicts the power of music to inspire and heal. At the same time, In Concert drags us deep into the fearful life of Rebecca and Benjamin Gregory, victims of a vicious and greedy man. Only trust, courage and love can save them.
Scapegoat: The Hounded
In The Hounded, seventeen-year-old Alexander Evans Lloyd lives in a multi-ethnic community near the border between Pakistan and Afghanistan. After a 2006 terrorist attack on the schools and hospital kills his parents and friends, Xander is rescued and sent to live in Portland, Oregon with his grandfather, journalist, Gilbert Evans. Soon, Xander and his grandfather must work to prove that a close Kurdish friend is not the terrorist thought the U.S. government accuses him.
Seventeen-year-old Jack Huntington is a high school track star and an accomplished mountain climber. These are skills he shares with his famous and demanding father. In Jack’s junior year, a climb with his father in the Oregon Cascades turns into a disaster, almost killing Jack and threatening to destroy his family.