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THE FURTHER ADVENTURES OF HUCKLEBERRY FINN


In the conclusion of Mark Twain's classic novel, Huck says he wants no truck with being "civilized." And if things don't go well he just might "light out for Injun Territory." In this screenplay, Allan and his partner - the late Chris Bunch - pick up from there and Huck flees West, trying to escape "Civilization." Along the way he meets a colorful cast of characters: a teenage delinquent by the name Of Jesse James, Harriet Tubman on a raid to free her enslaved family, a foul-mouthed Kit Carson... and many more.  Available both as a handsome 8x11 paperback, and on Kindle. Note to Kindle Advantage members: you can read the screenplay free. 






THE LAST GREEN RIVER


 
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THE MOUNTAIN MAN AND THE BOY

It's 1837 and a young man finds himself stranded high in the Rocky Mountains and thousands of miles of wilderness from home. After burying his father, a preacher bound for Oregon to bring religion to the "heathen Indians," Isaac Burns picks up his father's Hawken rifle and sets off on a journey that cannot end in anything but tragedy. And then, out of the darkness, strides a shaggy angel clad in buckskins and furs. His name is Noah Smythe, a mountain man who is struggling with his own personal battle to hold on to a world that will soon slip from his grasp. Reluctantly, he takes Isaac under his wing and they set off a incredible journey that will test both spirit and flesh and will reach its shattering climax in a wilderness rendezvous that will go down in legend as The Last Green River.

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THE THIEF AND THE NAZI BISHOP

It's Christmas in Berlin, 1944. The city is under constant bombardment. Hitler is in his bunker and the Russians are advancing on the Oder River, intent on exacting bloody revenge. Other than the poor, only the Nazis and the criminals remain in the city. Max is a thief, which in this brutal world gone made, makes him one of the good guys. To escape with his lover, Brigitte, he makes a deal with the devil - a Nazi bishop - to steal a fabled Satanic cross from the art collection of Herman Goering. Max must move fast. The Reichsmarshall is planning his own escape, along with his looted art. At present, Goering is holed up in his fortress/mansion, Karinhall, where he drifts in and out of morphine dreams of a long lost love. 

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AROCHUKU

It's 1799 and the African slave trade is at its height. Chima - a young Ibo blacksmith - is carried away with his whole village by brutal slaveraiders. Chima and his best friend, Ofo - an Ibo holyman - are sold to Virginia planters. There they struggle to maintain their African identity, but in the end Chima's friend is killed by a white overseer. To Chima the murder has also doomed his friend's ghost to wander this inhospitable land forever. He kills the overseer and escapes, barely eluding packs of dogs and white slave hunters. Then, with every white hand set against him, he travels west - seeking freedom in the lands where the sun goes to rest. And where Arochuku - the sun god - reigns over all. 

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MACGREGOR: THE SCREENPLAY

50 KIDS ARE ABOUT TO DIE: Mac thought he’d seen every human evil. A former Company man, he’d witnessed mass murder and systematic torture. And he’d meted out justice to the perpetrators whenever he had the chance. But now that he was living the idyllic life of a Boca Raton beach bum, he figured that was all behind him. Then his housekeeper’s granddaughter was kidnapped and Mac was plunged into a conspiracy born from the hells, involving an exiled Central American dictator, the Company, and fifty innocent children. By the time he finds out it’s almost too late and Mac must become a one-man army to save the day.

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