AUTHOR: Rob Sorensen

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Rob Sorensen is a longtime bibliophile and collector of modern first edition books. He is passionate about a good story and the background required to achieve it. Having lived in Washington, Idaho, and Montana, Sorensen has a keen sense of place, and he appreciates nature’s beauty and the inspiration it provides. He has worked as a businessman, a newspaper journalist, and the director of Entrepreneurial Development at Peninsula College in Port Angeles, Washington. He is currently writing full time.


Arrow in Paradise

Writing Arrow in Paradise has been a labor of love. Composed while living on the banks of the Yaak River in a once-notorious bar called the Hell Roaring Saloon (which was converted to a home in 1998), the novel captures the essence of this remote valley as well as its unique collection of inhabitants— both humans and animals. Although the book is pure fiction, the wild country is real. . . and crafting the story within that context makes all the difference.

Storm King’s Graveyard

Storm King's Graveyard is a suspense novel based on the evolution of an ancient Native American curse. A hex so vengeful that it continues to haunt victims to this very day.

The story takes place on the Olympic Peninsula in the state of Washington, where rainforests, tall mountains, and cascading rivers meet the saltwater Strait of Juan de Fuca in an epic conflict of man versus nature.

The novel opens with a fictionalized version of one of the nation's most famous crimes, Lake Crescent's Lady of the Lake murder and trial. The story segues into the future, revealing the full story of the legend's dark history.

Decades later, County Sheriff Duncan Webster is working on a cold case involving the disappearance of his own childhood sweetheart. His quest for vengeance unveils a web of intrigue, tragedy, and uncertainty.