Orange Glory

Back in the late 1950's and early 1960's, in the heart of the Cold War against the Ruskies and the Chi Coms, well-meaning but amoral officials in U.S. intelligence greatly feared Russian advances in the development of paranormal capabilities in humans. In response to this threat to national security, they covertly started up a number of projects to develop U.S. proto-types of ‘super-humans.' The most ambitious of their edgy reaches into the...

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The Trouble with Fat Boy

Hollywood HavocInThe Trouble With FAT BOYAn Exciting New Matinee Episodic Thrillerby John KlawitterClever and energetic Matt Havoc thought he’d seen everything. As long-time assistant to B-movie Hollywood film mogul Vinnie Berger, he’s learned to think quick and move fast. But when his quirky old neighbor goes into business with Nigerian scam artists who just may be terrorists,...

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TANS

"All this and more in TANS:She talked to the girl in Vietnamese and gave her a key.The young woman looked at me rather shyly and motioned for me to follow.We went together down another hall and stopped at a bedroom door.She unlocked it and beckoned me to come in.-from ""The Boy Soldier & The Prostitute"", by Gary LorentzenThe rope gave a couple of jerks before Ole got back, and there was a bunch of Okinawan fishermen...

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Codes & Decodes

A half century of subjective vs. objective reactions to a war fought by a divided nation.

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Foul

In FOUL, our hero, Brando Mahr, lost his mind in 1972, as the result of close proximity with a huge explosion.He has been diagnosed with aphasia and epilepsy. FOUL is a murder mystery picaresque, an an episodic adventure with a roguish scamp for a protagonist.Imagine, if you will, a centuries old prototype of Indiana Jones.After several years in army hospitals, Brando felt himself healed enough to escape from the Veterans...

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