Author draws on legal career in writing three new titles
A retired lawyer and judge in Grand Junction has once again drawn on the experiences of his more than 40-year legal career in writing three new books.
Carroll Multz has simultaneously added three new titles to the growing list of books he’s written — “The Chameleon,” “The Devil’s Scribe” and “Shades of Innocence.” Each of the mysteries offers a glimpse into a world of crime, deceit and murder as well as redemption.
Multz worked for more than 40 years as a trial lawyer and also served as a district attorney, assistant attorney general and judge. His career in the justice system has served as an an inspiration for stories that offer readers a gritty and realistic edge.
In addition to writing, Multz works as an adjunct professor at Colorado Mesa University in teaching law-related courses at the undergraduate and graduate level.
Multz’ books are available at Hastings and the CMU bookstore as well as through the website of the Brass Frog Bookworks at www.BrassFrogBookworks.com.