Death; Juxtaposed - The Galveston hurricane of 1900 killed an estimated 8000 dead. With a thirty-foot wave surge and 100mph winds the category 5 hurricane leveled the city. That is only part of the story. Mary is a successful lawyer, Al is not a so successful graphic designer. Their marriage is failing. She looks outside their marriage for comfort. He looks to the past for his. Be careful what you look for.
Vanishing Trick - How smart is too smart? In the near future, a device to make people smarter is stolen from its inventor, B. 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 America wants a commercial piece of its addictive 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 literary suspense story from our future.
Vanishing Trick* With a Forward and Annotated by George W. Parker - The Author's personal understanding and interpretation of his novel Vanishing Trick. Limited availability.
Conversations at Night
Part 1 - (1965-1974) Drugs, Sex and Violence.
Part 2 - (1972-1974) A man wants to be remembered.
Part 3 - (Before 1965) Profiles in Courage.
A three-part look at Life, Art, and Civilization; Arkansas style.
The Letters - Cocaine, murder and love. What else would you expect on a summer day? 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 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.
The Krew - Murder, suicide, rape, and incest; welcome to The Krew. Bill Kensett finds the boat of his dreams, a 56-foot ketch named The Krew. He quickly buys the boat and then quickly learns her horrific stories as he begins a solo sail around the world.
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