About the Series


The Riverdale PD Series follows a group of detectives, officers and criminalists working in the fictitious city of Riverdale and the cases they are tasked with solving.

Welcome to Riverdale

The first book, Indiscriminate, centers on Detective Sergeant Noah Harkham and the tragic injuries he sustains in the line of duty that force his early retirement. Noah’s story continues as his former partner, Detective Allan Franks, calls him in as a consultant when a series of brutal attacks is revealed to be related to one of their former cases.

Check out one of the strangest cases Franks and Noah have ever had in Indiscriminate, Book One of the Riverdale PD Series. Available from Amazon and Kindle.

To read an excerpt, click here.

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See how it all began

The prequel novella, Impact, starts on the day Noah and Frankie first meet. Noah has just lost his first partner and mentor, Rob Meares, to what he believes is a suspicious death in the middle of the biggest case of their careers – a case that has now gone cold. Frankie moves to Riverdale to be closer to his terminally ill mother and gets assigned as Noah’s partner, much to Noah’s dismay and anger. The two get off to a rocky start; however, they must set aside their differences when they get called to investigate a tragic hit-and-run of a young girl.

The investigation leads them to a prostitute, a millionaire and his family and a drug addict. They have to resort to calling in U.S. Marshalls to try to keep their witnesses alive long enough to go to trial after a very powerful man begins making threats.

It also leads to one of the detectives getting shot.

Check out the first case Detective Sergeant Noah Harkham and Detective Allan Franks work together in Impact, a Riverdale PD Series Prequel. Available in eBook format from most eBook retailers.

To read an excerpt on Wattpad, click here.


Coming soon…

Picking up three months after the events of Indiscriminate, Time of Death centers around former Detective Sergeant Noah Harkham once again. Half-blinded and half-deafened in an on-the-job injury, Noah was forced to retire early. However, he has found a new calling teaching crime scene preservation techniques to uniformed officers.

However, one case still haunts him. Seven years ago, Noah was a rookie detective working a gruesome case with his mentor and first partner, Rob Meares. With very little evidence and no apparent connection between the two victims, Noah and Rob despaired of ever catching the killer. And when Rob died suddenly of what is ruled natural causes in the middle of the investigation, the leads dried up and Noah was left with his first cold case.


Nigel Warner is a bright young college student, an aspiring architect – and the son of Prosecutor Gerald Warner. When Nigel is found dead, brutally murdered, the first instinct is to think someone killed him to hurt Gerald and his wife. However, the strange symbol carved into his flesh indicates otherwise…

Detectives Allan Franks and Casey Townsend discover that the One O’Clock Killer has returned, after all these years. This time, they also find something the killer left behind…


For Noah, this is the chance he’s been waiting for, no matter how terrible he feels that it had to come at the cost of his friend and colleague’s only son. But when the evidence begins to point to Noah himself, he’ll have to fight to clear his name and to help his former partner and best friend, Detective Allan Franks, catch the real killer.

But not everyone will be as easily convinced of Noah’s innocence as Franks. And Noah’s connection to the case just may prove to be much more real than anyone could have imagined.



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