Steve Scarborough is an author and retired Forensic Scientist with over 30 years experience in Law Enforcement with Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department (yes, the CSI) and the FBI. He is an accomplished technical writer with almost 30 articles in trade magazines and professional journals. He also has two published humor books, “Not Tonight Dear, I have a Computer” and “The Hired Defense Witness Jokebook.” Along with classes at forensic conferences, he regularly conducts workshops teaching forensics and crime investigation to writers.
Steve lives in
Las Vegas with his wife, two
daughters and his two “adopted” daughters.
Steve Scarborough does more than simply provide a compelling mystery in SCRAFITTO–he also paints a picture of the exotic Costa Rican jungle so real you can smell the wild orchids and see the white faces of the mischievous Capuchin monkeys.
does an excellent job setting up Mitch Sharp as a reluctant hero, an ex-cop
with anger-management issues who has taken up photography in the laid back
Quepos community, as much to earn a living as to run away from his past. With a
cast of authentic locals and unusual expatriates, the characters are
distinctive and realistic. With a series
of gruesome attacks set against the backdrop of the Pacific, Scarborough
weaves a tale analogous to the Costa Rican jungle itself, full of hidden danger
and deadly drama.
Author of Gumbo Justice and Jambalaya Justice
Billie Johnson, Publisher