In THE LABYRINTH Tony and Janique walk up to a run called Longshot. From the top of this hike is their favorite view. Here I am experiencing the trek first hand.

And the view of the Maroon Bells is indeed worth the hike

Researching Book Six: The Medallion in the Jura Mountains. Below meet a few friends from the Allard Series.

This is me. Trying to find my way out of the woods as usual. Below you can meet friends from my books

Jeanne Anguille: Book One

Henri: Books 1 and 2

Antoine Cadillac: Book 2

Jacques Allard and friends: Book 4

Chief Pontiac: Book 4

George Washington and General Burgoyne: Book 4

Father Gabriel Richard: Books 4 and 5

George de Baptiste: Book 6 and 7

Some friends

My mother driving her grandfather's new tractor: Book 8


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1704, Deerfield Massachusetts—the limits of the American frontier. Seeking a normal adolescence, it is the chance meeting of a strange young man that puts excitement into Elizabeth (Lizzie) Price’s life leading to romance and a marriage not entirely embraced by her Puritan community.
During one of New England’s harshest winters, when she has just begun her wonderful new life, Lizzie and her community are violently wrenched into chaos when an army of Indians and their French military supporters burn the village and kill or capture half of its occupants. Led by leather lashes around their necks, the captives are marched for a month on a fearful passage north through the winter wilderness of Vermont to the relative metropolis of Montréal. In this totally foreign setting of French-Canadian Catholicism Lizzie is forced to find a new life.
Not only a journey through the frozen wild, but a journey through the cultures of Puritan New England, American Indian and French-Canadian Catholic—all so different, yet so hauntingly similar.
If you enjoyed the Allard Series and Kreis’ ability to bring history to life, you will love Fearful Passage North.

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As sexy as she is intelligent, Janique Halstrom found the perfect job marketing home healthcare for the elderly. Not only is she highly paid, but her company is wonderful—patients, their families, physicians, and employees love it—and based on payments, even Medicare seems to love it. Ariadne Health claims to help guide seniors through the labyrinth of healthcare.
Tony Evans finds himself widowed, retired and well-to-do at an early age. Just as he and Janique are developing the perfect relationship, a few irregularities punctuated by the sudden death of a dear mutual friend reveal that Ariadne is just the opposite. They draw the elderly into the labyrinth, at the same time bilking Medicare for billions of dollars.
From the ski slopes of Aspen to the inner city of Detroit, Dr. Kreis’ unique combination of medical knowledge and a knack for storytelling weave another action-packed thriller that will grip the reader to the end.
If you liked The Corridor and The Pain Doc, you are going to love The Labyrinth.

Orthopedic Surgeon and lifelong resident and student of the Detroit River Region, Wilmont Kreis has authored eight acclaimed historical novels as well two mystery thrillers about healthcare fraud: THE CORRIDOR, set in Detroit's notorious Cass Corridor, and THE PAIN DOC on pain clinics and prescription drug abuse. He and his wife Susan, a healthcare attorney, live in Port Huron, Michigan.
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Arriving home after years of foreign medical study, neophyte physician Terry Webb expects his impressive new title of Doctor will open his insignificant and impoverished life to one of riches and social status. Dismayed to discover that mediocre credentials stand in his way, he finds entry into that sphere of wealth and prominence he has long coveted through a chance meeting with a fascinatingly beautiful woman.

While he and the spectacular Katarina Wynn catapult into the world of mansions, yachts and outrageous incomes, they collect a few unsavory companions as the author leaves The Corridor’s slums of Detroit for the cleaner venue of prosperous suburbs. Here he weaves an exciting and instructive tale in the world of medical fraud and prescription drug addiction where once again it is the job of Gillian Russell and Nicole Allard to intervene, bringing it to justice.

If you enjoyed The Corridor, you will love The Pain Doc—don’t miss it!

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Stories have always fascinated me—those in books and those found in the daily news or in history, the background, the intrigue, the characters, the effect of what happens behind the scenes or the aftereffects that create differences in and for our lives. Listening to stories as a child, often tales of my family and early times, encouraged my interest in people and ways that I too, could make a difference.

My education led me to the healing arts, a degree in medicine and a career as an orthopedic surgeon. From a young age, however, I had also harbored a young writer, hiding a pen behind a scalpel, a story teller who wanted to flesh out the bones of the stories he’d outlined, based on the changing pages of history or the evolving lives of people he read about in the news.

In the Mid-nineties I began to research an era of history in which I had long been intrigued, and a few years later, I wrote my first historical novel, THE NEW WORLD. Achieving some success, my inner writer motivated me to continue that story-line, producing seven more books that followed generations though history becoming the eight-book ALLARD SAGA. On completion of BOOK EIGHT: THE CHIEF, it was the chief himself, a Detroit policeman, who suggested a new genre set in present times. THE CORRIDOR, a dark tale of outrageous healthcare fraud in the inner city of Detroit, was published in 2012. The current book in progress, THE PAIN DOC, is a similar story concerning healthcare fraud and addiction in a much more opulent setting.

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Selected Works

Historical fiction
1704, the Puritan Massachusetts frontier: The small village of newly wed Elizabeth Price is raided by Indians. She is taken along with 100 of her neighbors and marched through the brutal snows of winter to Montreal where she must begin a new life.
Fiction, Medical intrigue
Convinced they are receiving the finest of care, seniors are being trapped in an inescapable maze while Medicare is being bilked for billions.
Greed and lust breed outrageous healthcare fraud in the rich suburbs of The Motor City.
Fast-paced thriller of outrageous healthcare fraud set in Detroit's inner city.
A young man leaves his home in France for the unknown wilderness of Quebec.
Historical Fiction
Jean-Baptiste Allard follows Antoine Cadillac to the frontiers of New France.
The Allard family battles in vain to save Quebec from the British.
Young Jacques Allard leaves Quebec forever to follow the wilderness ultimately making his family home in the outpost of Detroit.
Jacques Allard and his son follow Lewis and Clark to the sea, returning to find Detroit in ashes.
Young widow, Therese Allard, finds romance and adventure while helping to build Detroit's famous Underground Railroad.
Detroit's young men march off to join the Civil War, returning to began the Industrial Revolution
Detroit during Prohibition, the Great Depression and two World Wars becomes the Motor City.

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