R. J. Thomas
R. J. Thomas is a California-based filmmaker and author.
His books include, "The First Target," "The Great Transatlantic Race," "The Fate of Generations," "Not for Evil," "Along the Coconut Coast," "Gain by Violence," "Treasures on Earth," "The Last Great Detective Show," "Mission Eight," and the novella version of "The Top Secret UFO Project."
His films include, "The Saturday Afternoon Serial," "Man the Guns," "Western Flickers," "The Good News," "Madison Avenue Fever," "The Top Secret UFO Project," and "The Day of the B Movie."
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Cliff Baker, a burglar, spy, and smear campaign artist extraordinaire, is hired to break into a
mayoral race campaign headquarters to plant bugging devices and look for any sensitive information that he can find. Baker may have completed his task if he had not made one serious mistake.
The Other Side of the World
"The Other Side of the World" is a short story about an American writer's memorable encounter with a mysterious Asian woman on the last night of a Mediterranean cruise.
The Great Transatlantic Race
"The Great Transatlantic Race" is the story of two 1920s barnstorming pilots from Hicker's Ranch, Nebraska, who attempt to become the first aviators in history to fly across the Atlantic Ocean.
Treasures on Earth
"Treasures on Earth" follows the adventures of Thomas Miller, a free-spirited Colorado gambler who comes west to make his fortune during the California Gold Rush.
Along the Coconut Coast
"Along the Coconut Coast" is a novella about the adventures of Daniel Taylor, a 1914 sugar baron with a glorious plantation on the east side of the island of Kauai.
Gain by Violence
On July 2, 1948, three inmates attempted to break out of the most-feared and most-inescapable prison in the world: the Annokea Federal Prison in Bixby, Georgia.
Their plan was perfect. They seized one of the main cellblocks in minutes. They took three guards hostage. They made a deal with the warden. Soon they would be on the road to freedom.
And then it all began to fall apart.
Not for Evil
Frank Lamott was a longtime Chicago gangster who had come to the end of his rope.
Finding himself by accident in the small town of Cypress Lake, Illinois, full of regrets about his twenty-five years as a mobster, he decided to turn himself in to the local authorities.
Unfortunately for Lamott, turning himself in wasn't as easy as he thought it would be.
The Last Great Detective Show
"The Last Great Detective Show" tells the story of Cody Howard, a down-on-his-luck private eye who decides to videotape his latest case in the hopes of getting his own crime reality TV series.
With his skeptical sidekick, Rick Sanders, Howard
searches for a mysterious gambler, determined not only to solve the case, but to turn the detectives into reality TV stars as well.
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