The Kingmaker Case
The State vs. Caleb Escueta
About the Book
The Kingmaker Case provides a first-hand account of the controversial private and public life of Caleb Escueta. As an amateur, Caleb Escueta had achieved success at every level. During his sophomore season, as a professional, some believed he was on his way to becoming one of the game’s elite players. Then, Assistant District Attorney R. F. Sanchez revealed that Escueta had been charged with a crime, and the “Kingmaker” fell quickly from grace. With unique access, the novel explores the hidden contours of sex, lies, and the law.
About the Author
H. Valencia grew up in Rahway, New Jersey, and is a credentialed school teacher. Since graduating from San Jose State's Creative Arts Program he has been a consistent contributor to multiple disciplines within the field. H. Valencia passionately explores the world in search of what he calls "Art . . . with a conscience" then applies what he has learned to his natural gifts as an insightful linguist. With the world as his subject the end-result is a relevant voice that knows few bounds. When not writing, the author divides his time between chess and basketball. He now lives in Sunnyvale, California