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THE CAGE ENIGMA By Alex Napoli
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THE CAGE ENIGMA (SCRIPT): ONE CAGE, FIVE PRISONERS, ONE SURVIVOR: who when up was open down was closed, who when open was there closed was not, who when standing up was upside down (Stonehenge,... More > England, unknown author). Five prisoners in a cage on top of a mountain. There's nothing in common between them except that they don't know how they got in and how to get out. The mystery gradually unfolds to reveal the unthinkable. FREE SPONSORED BOOK. SCRIPTSURFER ENTERTAINMENT. WWW.SCRIPTSURFER.COM< Less
Nineteen: Kropotkin's Cell By Clifton Meador
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The Peter Paul fortress was used as a prison by the Tsars, a place to hold political prisoners. It had a terrible reputation, a fearsome place of incarceration, and it became a mark of distinction... More > for revolutionaries to have been imprisoned there. After the revolution, of course, the Soviets made it into a museum, a monument to revolution, and a tourist's diversion. This is a walk through the cells, ruminating on Kropotkin's thought that these cells represented inhuman conditions: but the revolution brought forth much, much worse.< Less
Last POW Out By Larry Reeves
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Fiction - Paperback. Marine Lance Corporal Timothy Williams, a hillbilly boy from the hills of Eastern Kentucky, lived the horror of war as he saw his friends and fellow Marines being killed. He... More > was tired of the death he saw and he wanted no more of the killing he was forced to do. He wished for a way out of the agony. Through a turn of fate he was taken from the war only to spend years as a prisoner of war. He became the “Last POW Out” of Vietnam. Terry Davis, a computer engineer while working for the Marine Corps designing a new computer security system, came across information that brought an encounter between him and Tim Williams. Tommy Willard also served in Vietnam, the secrets he knew he swore to take to the grave with him. The mystery unravels as the reader learns what Terry Davis knows and the secrets Tommy Willard swore to keep. Intended for mature readers.< Less
Last POW Out By Larry Reeves
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Fiction - Marine Lance Corporal Timothy Williams, a hillbilly boy from the hills of Eastern Kentucky, lived the horror of war as he saw his friends and fellow Marines being killed. He was tired of... More > the death he saw and he wanted no more of the killing he was forced to do. He wished for a way out of the agony. Through a turn of fate he was taken from the war only to spend years as a prisoner of war. He became the “Last POW Out” of Vietnam. Terry Davis, a computer engineer while working for the Marine Corps designing a new computer security system, came across information that brought an encounter between him and Tim Williams. Tommy Willard also served in Vietnam, the secrets he knew he swore to take to the grave with him. The mystery unravels as the reader learns what Terry Davis knows and the secrets Tommy Willard swore to keep. Intended for mature readers.< Less
The Devil's Carousel: The Haunting of Peter Mallard By E. G. Valentine
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Behind the walls of a prison, men are being killed. The culprit is either real or imagined. Jasper Tucker, an inmate, seeks to discover the truth. Yet what he uncovers will not be what he wanted.... More > With an unexpected ending, this self-ordained detective will never look at things or himself the same way again. THE DEVIL'S CAROUSEL is a bizarre, speelbinding ride, full of twists and turns. You will still be spinning when the merry-go-round stops. Buy your copy today!< Less
Carlos Came Home By James Moffett
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The story of Carlos, "a mean damn Mexican." Carlos is a paranoid crook traveling back to his hometown, a place that he hasn't seen since being paroled from prison. His homecoming is one... More > of vengeance; a journey to steal an old man's buried gold. The chance to kill his-half brother is an added bonus.< Less
THE MAD KING By Edgar Rice Burroughs
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Shades of The Prisoner of Zenda! All our old friends are here—the young king, the usurping uncle and his evil henchman, the beautiful princess, the loyal retainer and the unwilling imposter.... More > What more could you Hope for? This fast-paced story stays far away from Tarzan’s jungle or the inner world of Pellucidar.< Less
Fair & Balanced: A Play in One Act By Brian Flemming
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In his first work for the stage since the Off-Broadway smash hit "Bat Boy: The Musical," Brian Flemming has turned Fox News trademarks "Fair" and "Balanced" into... More > characters. The plot: Fair and Balanced are prisoners trapped in a dungeon, and every night at 8 p.m. a character named "Bill O'Reilly" comes down into the dungeon to torture them. \015\012\015\012But tonight is a special night. Tonight O'Reilly makes a mistake, and Fair and Balanced turn the tables on him. Once he is at their mercy, they put him on trial. But will Fair and Balanced do to Bill O'Reilly what he has done to them?\015\012\015\012In answering this question with a resounding yes, Flemming gleefully crosses just about every line, crafting "Fair & Balanced" in the theatrical traditions of commedia dell'arte and Le Th\351\342tre du Grand Guignol. By turns profane, eloquent, shocking and touching\227and always hilarious\227"Fair & Balanced" may just slice, dice and chop its way into theater history and create a lasting comic villain out of Bill O\222Reilly. Or what is left of him.< Less
Forget-Me-Nots of the Civil War By Laura Elizabeth Lee
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Although the authoress bills this book as a "romance," it has nothing in common with what we understand by that poor class of literature. In this memoir of the War Between the States, large... More > portions are taken up with the letters of family members off to war - some of them written from Point Lookout Prison. The autoress even meets the infamous war criminal General Sherman in person.< Less
Forget-Me-Nots of the Civil War By Laura Elizabeth Lee
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Although the authoress bills this book as a "romance," it has nothing in common with what we understand by that poor class of literature. In this memoir of the War Between the States, large... More > portions are taken up with the letters of family members off to war - some of them written from Point Lookout Prison. The autoress even meets the infamous war criminal General Sherman in person.< Less

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Cardboard Cardboard By Patrick G. Redford
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