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I’ve Been Named NW Up and Coming Writer by Willamette Writers Organization

I’ve been selected as the 2017 Up and Coming Writer by the venerable Willamette Writers Organization. I’m honored and humbled by the award, which was totally unexpected! There are a lot of damn good writers coming up in the region! … Continue reading

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Blood for Wine, Cal Claxton’s latest Oregon Adventure is now Available…

When Cal Claxton’s good friend and master vintner, Jim Kavanaugh, is accused of murdering his estranged wife, Cal agrees to defend him.  The evidence against Jim, who owns a swath of valuable Dundee Hills pinot noir acreage, is overwhelming. Can … Continue reading

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Winner of Drawing for Signed Editon of Not Dead Enough Announced

Congratulations to Pauline White for winning the book giveaway! Thanks to all who participated in the drawing at my Facebook author site, Warren C. Easley. The response was fantastic! Happy mystery reading to all and don’t forget to support your … Continue reading

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Praise for Not Dead Enough

Don’t take my word for it…:)) “Materfully crafted, this tale of greed, deception, and revenge has an added benefit–the stunningly beautiful descriptions of the lush landscape of Oregon’s Columbia River country. Easley’s characters bring enough complex complications to keep you … Continue reading

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Book Signing in Southern California

A shout out to Southern Cal mystery fans. I’ll be reading from and signing NOT DEAD ENOUGH at The Book Carnival in Orange on Sunday, July 17, at 2 pm. Against his better judgement, Cal gets involved in a fifty-year cold … Continue reading

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On Characters and Setting

In the Cal Claxton Oregon Mysteries, Cal has retreated from L.A. to an old farmhouse on an isolated ridge overlooking the Oregon wine country in the aftermath of his wife’s suicide. His daughter Claire, an uncommonly wise young woman, balked … Continue reading

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