Karl Erickson books in order
Karl Bjorn Erickson has for the last fifteen years written close to a hundred articles and essays, with his publishing credits including Marylhurst University's new blog, America, The National Catholic Weekly, Catholic Answer's This Rock, Musica Sacra, the Statesman Journal, the Portland Tribune, Seattle Pacific University's Response, and many more.
He has authored several books, with the most prominent ones being Tristan's Travels and Toupee Mice (both of which are Children’s books) and The Blood Cries Out.
Karl holds a BA Degree in English Literature and New Media; one that he acquired from Marylhurst University which was unfortunately closed down at the tail end of 2018 after more than a hundred years of academic excellence.
- Tristan's Travels
- Toupée Mice
- The Blood Cries Out
Detailed book overview
What would St. Francis of Assisi say about a seagull that is too afraid to fly?
Tristan's Travels tells the story of a frightened seagull that is afraid of almost everything around him—including flying.
This story will take you through the life of Tristan the seagull, Nipper the dull-witted squirrel and Furdock the rabbit, and their dangerous rescue mission.
Will they, with the help of some animal friends, God and Saint Francis, conquer their fears as they take on this adventurous journey?
And what exactly would make a seagull sound like a rooster?
It has always been Ian’s dream to praise in the church choir.
But there’s only one problem. He is a mouse and not a human, and the choir members are neither delighted to see or hear him.
In this second children’s’ book by author Karl Bjorn Erickson and illustrator team Kimberly Erickson, Ian, Pierre and Fred—their larger-than-average dwarf-hamster friend—disguise themselves in order to evade Ludwig, the house cat afraid of dust bunnies.
Through it all, they will discover St. Cecilia and the significance of singing praises to God.
Will Ian eventually join the choir?
David Lightholler, a Seattle Police Homicide Detective, has an exigent case on his hands; one unlike anything he has ever faced before.
As he immerses himself with investigations surrounding the most spine-tingling double homicide of his career, Lightholler discovers terrible secrets of his family’s past that threaten to haunt him for years to come.
And his only way of avoiding such a future is by bring vindication and making sense of the evil deeds of both the past and present.