Welcome to the official website of author R.A.R. Clouston
About the Author
R.A.R. Clouston is a retired corporate executive whose career as a business professional has included roles as the president and CEO of several international consumer products companies. He has also been a guest lecturer at a number of graduate business schools in the United States and Canada; however, his passion has always been writing. Cry Savage Tears is his fifth novel. He received his Bachelor of Science degree from McGill University and an MBA from the Ivey Business School at Western University. He has been a member of the Canadian Ski Instructors’ Alliance for over fifty years and also holds a black belt in Tae Kwon Do.
Cry Savage Tears
This is a love story between a young woman and a county sheriff set against the backdrop of an unfolding tragedy in the mountains of northwestern Montana where a raid on a big cat research center is responsible for the escape of seven Siberian tigers into the wild.
Released June 8th, 2020
No Greater Evil
All CEO’s are rich and powerful, some are amoral and unethical, but what if a deadly few are killers who head an extremist conservative organization bent on assassinating the US President? And what if another CEO is given a license to kill these men, but when he does, he discovers that Hel―the Norse Goddess of Death―has overtaken his soul?
The Covenant Within
Most people dream, many experience déjà vu; some believe in reincarnation. But what if it really was possible to relive the lives of your ancestors? It is a shocking reality that American CEO, Jack Sinclair, will soon discover when he travels to the Orkney Islands to uncover the mystery surrounding his brother’s death.
Where Freedom Reigns
This is a tale of love and war: the love of a father for two sons, a woman for two brothers, and a nation for two freedoms―and the Second Civil War that nearly destroys them all. Weaving together the forces of good versus evil, patriotism versus treason, and peacemakers versus demagogues, it is the perfect story for our troubled times.