Jim Satterfield holds a Ph.D. in fishery and wildlife biology from Colorado State University and worked for more than ten years as a biologist for the Colorado Division of Wildlife. During this time he also taught at the University of Denver and received the Colorado Governor s Award for his work with inner city youth. In 1995, he moved to Montana to work as a natural resource manager. Saving Laura is Satterfield s third novel. His first, Soon You Will Cry, won the Pacific Northwest Writers Association s Zola Award for historical fiction. He is president of Authors of the Flathead and lives in Kalispell, Montana with his wife, Gloria, and two children.
Huge money—huge drug heist…Revenge will be brutal.Twenty-one-year-old Lee Shelby plunges into dangerous terrain when blatantly—and foolishly—he robs Aspen, Colorado’s most notorious cocaine dealer, fleeing the scene with five...[SEE MORE]