Morrow, Dec 2001, 24.00, 326 pp.
Mississippi's Eddie Long feels one day he will take Nashville by storm. Eddie is currently doing the Southern bars and college route, but feels he is just paying his dues before the big break occurs. However, while on the road, Eddie learns that his wife has died. Grieving, he sings a eulogy-song that stuns the music world and makes him a hot prospect.
Writer Jimmy Rogers sees honky ... Heart Seizure
Morrow, Apr 2003, 21.95, 480 pp.
Rose Tailor needs a heart transplant, but her AB blood type makes her need the rarest of organs. Over time Rose works her way to the top of the AB list and is the person to receive the next heart. However, while on the campaign trail for reelection doing the “required” Clinton fitness jog, President Webster collapses. Rushed to the hospital, he needs an AB heart transplant.
When stunt car d... Pest Control
Tired of his job as a – regular - pest exterminator, Bob Dillon, quits to go freelance and implement pest control the natural way with his army of home-bred Assassin-bugs. He advertises his services as The Exterminator. Unfortunately, Bob is mistaken for a hit-man and is offered contract work, which is in conflict with some real hit-men who reckon him to be unwelcome competition. This is only the start of Bob's problems, since he also comes under the scr... Radio Activity
Morrow, 2004, 23.95, 306 pp.
In 1970s Bismarck, rock and roll deejay Rick Shannon loses his job when his station is sold. He is despondent and concerned about finding work in a changing business climate in which corporate intrusion has led to one size fits all play lists and patter must be politically correct as defined by big brother owner.
Desperate to remain in the field, Rick accepts work as the late evening host Buddy Mi...