Danny was stoned, wired and bored. It was nearly midnight. He was fully dressed and standing in the middle of his room trying to decide what to do.
Part 2 - (1972-1974) A man wants to be remembered.
Fred shuffles his feet, kicking clothes out of his way and heads out through the dark trailer feeling his way along the hall, past the bathroom, the small bedroom, and into the the living room.
Part 3 - (Before 1965) Profiles in Courage.
The night was pitch black. No moon. No stars. The wind was so powerful I had trouble staying on my feet as I ran. But I ran. From dark place to darker place I kept moving, hoping for safety. If anyone was following me I couldn't see them and with all the wind noise I had no chance of hearing them. Just keep running I told myself.
A three part look at Life, Art, and Civilization; Arkansas style.
Bill Kensett wants to solo sail around the world. He finds the boat of his dreams, a 56 foot ketch named The Krew. Falling in love with the beautiful ghost that haunts the boat he sets sail and learns the horrific stories of the rest of The Krew.
It is July in Dallas and hot. Then the fat man is murdered and everything gets hotter. Private detective Marv Davis is hired for an easy job, recover some stolen items. That "easy job" quickly leads him into in a web of drug related murders strung between downtown alleys and North Dallas boulevards. The police and drug dealers are hot on his heels and, oh yes, a beautiful woman.
In the near future a device to make people smarter is stolen from it's inventor, a mathematician called B. He realizes there is a plot to take over the US Government using the device. The military wants to use it to create a junta. Disaffected members of the government are after it as a tool to control the population. And corporate American wants a commercial a piece of its additive powers.
With the help of his girlfriend, her US Senator father, and the power of the device B fights to undo the work of his invention in a multilayered suspense story from our future.
Can make a heav'n of hell, a hell of heav'n.”
- John Milton, Paradise Lost
Mary and Al Martin’s marriage is failing. Mary is a successful lawyer; she is looking outside the marriage for her answers. Al, a not so successful graphic designer, is looking in the past; searching for his personal validation. And then the storm arrives.
Long before the disaster of Katrina an estimated category 5 hurricane struck Galveston, Texas in 1900. Its thirty-foot wave surge and 100mph winds leveled the city and killed over eight thousand people. That is only part of the story.