When Kit FitzSimons, a Hollywood screenwriter, is asked to ghost write an adaption of a famous 16th Century play originally authored by Christopher Marlowe, she discovers that secret "Star Chamber" operatives will do whatever it takes to stop her.
A brilliant attorney comes up with an ingenious scheme allowing gun owners to secure their weapons in a “Firearms Preservation Trust.” If you like your guns … you can keep them! But when an intrepid paralegal named Darla discovers the secret agenda of the trust, she vows to shut it down.
This is a novel about the animal rights movement. Deacon Tremont, assisted by his girlfriend Clare and a burnt-out old hippie named Francis, set up a no-kill sanctuary for animals in remote Utah. The sanctuary becomes known within the movement as the Fleabag Hotel. When Deacon launches his own undercover operation against the Institute for Dietary Freedom—a conglomerate which supplies meat products to fast food franchises—he runs up against an opponent who will stop at nothing to bring him down. Read more here.
Shortly after Jackie Blue, a youthful street musician, checks into rehab, he begins exhibiting signs of mental illness characterized by prior life experiences and time travel. While undergoing psychiatric treatment, Jackie hints that he is in possession of the Holy Grail, which, for purposes of concealment, has been reconfigured into a trumpet. When Jackie plays the magical trumpet, the troubled souls within the clinic experience soothing, and, in some instances, miraculous relief. Is Jackie simply delusional; or, is he possibly an unrevealed seer and prophet? Read more here.