Welcome to my website!
I've been writing all of my life, but only pursued a career writing books in 2003 when I wrote
Law School 101. I decided that it was time to tell the truth about the trials and tribulations of law
school. My main motivation was the experience that I and many others had upon beginning
first-year law. It was not what we expected. If only we had known what was ahead of us, the
experience would have been much more enjoyable.
In 2005, I was asked to write Aruba and I couldn't refuse. The story touched my heart and
I wanted to do anything I could to help inform others about what happened to Natalee Holloway.
The book made the New York Times Best-Seller list.
In 2006, I wrote Exposed to let everyone know about the work that I have been doing with the
FBI since 2003 to identify and prosecute Internet sex predators who prey upon children. My
book tells all, from the moment the predators solicit me thinking I am a child to the day when the
prison cell door slams behind them. It's an eye-opening and riveting memoir that has all you need
to know to protect your children from those monsters!
2006 brought with it the infamous Duke Lacrosse Non-Rape Case. I had been following the
events and was horrified at what was transpiring down in Durham, N.C. I was asked to write
about it and I traveled down to Durham to research the story with my co-author Nader Baydoun.
The insiders told us an unbelievable tale and we put it down on paper for the world to see.
In 2009, Law School 101, Second Edition was released. It includes new chapters, up-to-date
information, several new survival tips, and new interviews with law students and attorneys.
Click on the above links to step inside and read more about my work.