I'm a nonfiction writer whose recent books center on political topics, primarily terrorism and international intelligence operations. I also write journal articles that report research findings in the field of clinical psychology, along with book reviews that evaluate works on gender and sexual identity. Two of my books have been translated into Japanese and Hungarian (Magyar), and all are available in English.
Background: I received a B.A. in Psychology from Southern Illinois University at Carbondale and an M.S. in Clinical Psychology from Murray State University. These were followed by advanced studies at the California School of Professional Psychology and an internship in clinical psychology at the LSU School of Medicine in New Orleans.
Today, I share a home with my partner, Michael Walker, in a Northshore neighborhood of New Orleans, where we collect rare books and support animal rescue operations.