Upon retirement from international finance <b>James D. A. Terry</b> embarked on a new journey
into the esoteric and always interesting realm of the mystery adventure writer.
James says, “I love the sound of words, the feel of words on my tongue, the
pictures they paint and emotions they evoke.” <em></em>A consummate wordsmith, <strong>James</strong>
paints rich, robust word pictures. His<i> </i>writing is strong, well paced, and evocative.<br><b>Chasing the Wendigo,</b> his first novel under his
is a fictional reminiscence of Justin Case, Termination Agent for the Tin Can
Communications Company.<br>Disguised as the enigmatic and man of mystery, <strong>Solomon Knight</strong>, whose very raison d’être is to squeeze every last delicious drop out of life and always in search of adventure penned four books in a series about a 20th
century <i>International League of Paladins.</i><br>