Carl T. Smith's first novel seamlessly moves from the recording studios of Nashville to the underworlds of New York and Philadelphia.


Lowcountry Boil is set in the lowcountry of coastal South Carolina. The novel explores the corruption and moral inequities in a small southern town.


Sam Larkin, is no stranger to violence. But now, after being called—under false pretenses he finds himself torn from his lowcountry home and thrust into a mission of retribution.


Although murder is central to the plot, it is the destruction of a human soul and its causes that resonates throughout Carolina Fire.


A Season For Killing is a character-driven suspense novel set in the lowcountry of South Carolina amidst a labyrinth of corporate greed, murders for hire and corruption that threatens the very fabric of the area.