Rick Baker has written three books. His first, "I Never Knew You," explores the true definition of a "Christian," and how one's behavior determines a firsthand knowledge of Jesus Christ. "Claiming" to be a Christian is easy, actually "being" is not.
His second book, "The Tears of a Father," is a self-help guide for any father who has, or is about to enter the twisted world of Family Court. Based on his own experiences and the false charges that were leveled against him by his ex and her supporters, this book will prepare dads for the battle that lies ahead. Tears will provide the encouragement for dads to stay engaged with their children long after the relationship with their mother has ceased to exist.
Rick's third book, NO GOODBYES has gone viral and remains a source of controversy. On February 4, 2010, the McStay family of four mysteriously vanished from their Southern California home. In November of 2013, the remains of the family of four were found in the high desert of Southern California. As a result of the findings, Rick Baker offered a refund to the many thousands who had purchased his book prior to November, 2013. This refund offer still stands. Email your receipt to: firstname.lastname@example.org and he will refund your purchase price as well as any shipping cost you incurred. The extended McStay family, mainly Mike and Patrick McStay and their Internet trolls, angered that Baker had exposed them as charlatans, launched their campaign against the author in the spring of 2014, publishing blogs such as "Stop Rick Baker" and "McStay Family Justice," carefully crafted to smear Baker with half-truths and outright fabrications. Baker ceased posting on his McStay blog in August of 2014, realizing there was nothing else he could contribute to the case and is now devoting all his time to his wife and her healing from stage four breast cancer. Update:Follow the McStay case at Baker's blog: rickgbaker.blogspot.com.