Sargent Casey, one of the key protagonists in Naomi Kryske’s crime/suspense novels, THE WITNESS and THE MISSION, shares his thoughts on the meaning of the “warrior’s mind.”
In Naomi Kryske’s The Mission, second novel of The Witness Series, we learn a little more about the inscrutable Sergeant Casey. We discover he grew up in Penzance in Cornwall and developed a taste for the sea, both as a profession and a culinary choice.
Traumatic grief illuminated in The Mission gives new understanding to a form of grief due to sudden, unexpected loss.
My husband, Larry, writes this month’s blog. He served as a surface warfare officer in two guided missile destroyers, a guided missile cruiser, and a fleet frigate. Ashore he served in Naval Intelligence in Japan, on the Chief of Naval Operations’ staff in the Pentagon, with the Defense Nuclear Agency in Hawaii and Albuquerque, and as the first commanding officer of
After The Witness was published, I discovered that my characters were still alive. Their lives were continuing, things were happening to them, and I knew what they were. Thus The Mission was born, which continues the tale of Jenny, Colin, Sergeant Casey, Brian, Padre Goodwyn, Dr. Knowles, and others.
I never intended to write a book. I lived in a small town in South Mississippi. I read books and reviewed books, but I never thought I’d write one.