Author Tom Sedar
Wyoming native Tom Sedar’s life has been a fun ride. As a young man he worked as a ranch hand, rodeo cowboy, rough neck, and commercial diver. In 1984 Tom quit his wondering life to attend Law School at the University of Wyoming. After Law School he had a 25-year career as a trial lawyer. In his career Tom tried over 250 jury trials (that is a lot of storytelling). In 2007 Tom and his wife Charlene, a Federal Marshal, moved to the Caribbean where Tom was the Major Crimes / Homicide Prosecutor for the Island of St. Croix. In, The Gold of St. Croix, Tom couples his lifetime of experience with his gift for storytelling to create a must read for any mystery lover.
The Gold of St. Croix
Retired Homicide Detective Mad Dog Cotton has a reputation on St. Croix. He can find missing things, and Betsy Rourk’s husband is missing. When Betsy asks him to find her husband, Mad Dog says, “no”. When the price Betsy offers is a single golden piece of Pirate Treasure common sense is abandoned, and he says, “yes”. There was no way Mad Dog could have known he was walking into a 400-year-old mystery. A mystery where the ancient ghosts of greed, lust and insanity would rip a gaping hole in his tranquil island existence and threaten to destroy everyone he loves.