Author draws on legal career in writing three new titles

Caroll Multz
Caroll Multz

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