Search Results: 'Gary Earl Ross'

Search

×
×
×
×
10 results for "Gary Earl Ross"
The Scavenger's Daughter By Gary Earl Ross
Paperback: $15.00
Prints in 3-5 business days
A searing family drama of Alzheimer's, madness, and murder by the Edgar Award-winning author of Matter of Intent . . . When John Pickett is diagnosed with Alzheimer’s, his children find... More > themselves in a virtual war with their stepmother. At every turn she thwarts their efforts to secure John’s care and the family's security. Finally she resorts to a shocking act of violence. Wading into family conflicts and long-buried secrets, Detective Maxine Travis tries to piece together what made Ruthie Pickett point a gun at her husband and pull the trigger.< Less
The Trial of Trayvon Martin By Gary Earl Ross
Paperback: $15.00
Prints in 3-5 business days
You know the story. A black teenager on his way home from a convenience store in Sanford, Florida, is followed by a Neighborhood Watch volunteer who thinks the boy is planning to commit a crime. A... More > confrontation leads to a struggle. A gun discharges, one of them dies, and the other finds himself thrust into the criminal justice system. This ripped-from-the headlines drama explores what might have happened if the infamous events of February 26, 2012—which inspired the Black Lives Matter movement—had gone differently.< Less
Picture Perfect : A Thriller In Two Acts By Gary Earl Ross
eBook (ePub): $4.99
A stage thriller from the 2007 TSC New Play Festival and the Edgar Award-winning author of Matter of Intent: Criminal psychology professor Marcus Micheaux and his mystery writer wife Beverly Hatcher... More > have the perfect life-until condemned serial killer Gunther Creel, whom Marcus interviewed extensively for his research, paints a portrait of them. After Creel's execution the painting gradually begins to change-and so do Marcus and Beverly, until, along with their closest friends, they are entangled in a widening web of betrayal, madness, and murder.< Less
The Mark of Cain By Gary Earl Ross
Paperback: $15.00
Prints in 3-5 business days
It is 1925. Ossian Cain—a widowed black doctor with a teen daughter, a new wife and baby, and a dentist brother—buys a home in a white neighborhood in a northern industrial city. On their... More > second night, the Cains are threatened by a mob that calls for lynching and hurls rocks through their windows. During the confrontation, a white man is shot dead. The entire family is arrested and charged with first degree murder. Summoned by the local NAACP, legal legend Charles Durham, defender of the damned, comes to town to try to keep the Cains out of the electric chair. Like Inherit the Wind, The Mark of Cain is a courtroom drama with one foot in the history that inspired it and the other in the turbulent time in which it was born.< Less
Picture Perfect A Thriller in Two Acts By Gary Earl Ross
Paperback: $12.94
Prints in 3-5 business days
A stage thriller from the 2007 TSC New Play Festival and the Edgar Award-winning author of Matter of Intent: Criminal psychology professor Marcus Micheaux and his mystery writer wife Beverly Hatcher... More > have the perfect life—until condemned serial killer Gunther Creel, whom Marcus interviewed extensively for his research, paints a portrait of them. After Creel’s execution the painting gradually begins to change—and so do Marcus and Beverly, until, along with their closest friends, they are entangled in a widening web of betrayal, madness, and murder.< Less
Blackbird Rising By Gary Earl Ross
Paperback: $15.00
Prints in 3-5 business days
At the dawn of the 20th Century, the first city lit by electricity—Buffalo, New York—hosts a dazzling World’s Fair to showcase America’s march into the future. Unknown to... More > organizers, the bold grandsons of a runaway slave plan to conquer the sky during a fateful presidential visit. They intend to show the world that nothing is more powerful than mankind’s oldest dreams—flight and freedom—meeting imagination in an age of possibility.< Less
Matter of Intent By Gary Earl Ross
eBook (ePub): $6.99
WINNER of THE 2005 EDGAR AWARD for DRAMA from MYSTERY WRITERS of AMERICA, WINNER of THE 2005 EMANUEL FRIED AWARD for OUTSTANDING NEW PLAY, and a 2009 SELECTION for the NAAA PLAY READING FESTIVAL in... More > London. It is 1960. Kennedy and Nixon are vying for the White House as lunch counter sit-ins spread throughout the South. Sam Cooke is on the radio, and The Untouchables is on television. Buffalo, New York, has so few black women lawyers they can be counted on a single hand. In this stirring legal drama, one of them, Temple Scott, is locked in the courtroom fight of her life. There is no doubt the young woman the press calls "the Negro Lizzie Borden" murdered her employer. To keep Mae Lou McKitchen out of the electric chair, however, Temple must uncover the truth behind the crime. Murder, you see, is always a matter of intent. "A crime without a witness, a society without perspective, a criminal justice system that is anything but just."--The Buffalo News< Less
The Guns of Christmas By Gary Earl Ross
Paperback: $15.00
Prints in 3-5 business days
It is December 24, 1914, on the Western Front of the Great War. Two squads of soldiers—one British, one German—face each other across the ruined terrain of No Man’s Land, which... More > holds both the bodies of their fallen comrades and the promise of certain death for anyone who attempts to reach the enemy trench. But it is Christmas Eve, and the bombardments trail off early. Then, in the darkness, someone begins to sing “Silent Night” and both sides recognize an opportunity for a brief peace unsanctioned by their commanders . . . A stirring historical drama based on the real-life decision of war-weary soldiers to put down their guns for Christmas.< Less
Matter of Intent By Gary Earl Ross
Paperback: $14.99
Prints in 3-5 business days
WINNER of THE 2005 EDGAR AWARD for DRAMA from MYSTERY WRITERS of AMERICA, WINNER of THE 2005 EMANUEL FRIED AWARD for OUTSTANDING NEW PLAY, and a 2009 SELECTION for the NAAA PLAY READING FESTIVAL in... More > London. It is 1960. Kennedy and Nixon are vying for the White House as lunch counter sit-ins spread throughout the South. Sam Cooke is on the radio, and The Untouchables is on television. Buffalo, New York, has so few black women lawyers they can be counted on a single hand. In this stirring legal drama, one of them, Temple Scott, is locked in the courtroom fight of her life. There is no doubt the young woman the press calls “the Negro Lizzie Borden” murdered her employer. To keep Mae Lou McKitchen out of the electric chair, however, Temple must uncover the truth behind the crime. Murder, you see, is always a matter of intent. "A crime without a witness, a society without perspective, a criminal justice system that is anything but just."--The Buffalo News< Less
Sleepwalker By Gary Earl Ross
Paperback: $15.00
Prints in 3-5 business days
When a strange mystic with a zombie-like slave comes to a sleepy German village--and the bodies begin to pile up--it is up to Francis, a brave medical student, to unmask the killer. Can he do so in... More > time to save his beloved Jane? A stage version of the classic 1919 German Expressionist silent horror film "The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari" suitable for professional and community theaters and schools.< Less

Top 10

see more >
 
1
B Inspired B Inspired By Brandon Warren
Paperback: $15.99
 
 
 
 
4
19-20: MS V3.0 19-20: MS V3.0 By Liza Cowan
Paperback: $30.00
 
 
 
 
6
Mariposa Mariposa By Joseph Huerta
Paperback: $19.95
 
 
 
 
 
 
10