THE DARK EDGE
An investigative reporter is given one last chance to resuscitate his failing career: Write an exposé on a notorious psychiatric hospital in the town where he grew up. Once he steps inside the hospital he begins to have nightmares and flashbacks, leading him to believe he might have once been a patient.
ARCHIVES OF MURDER
Researching the KGB archives, John Archer discovers a perilous treasure he wasn't expecting – The Book of Death. Joined by his sexy, corporate-jet pilot, Archer confronts CIA death squads, the KGB, Cuban intelligence, and a powerful US Senator to expose the biggest assassination conspiracy ever executed.
VOLUNTEER SEARCH AND RESCUE (received a ‘consider’ for MOW by afilmwriter.com)
A man haunted by guilt over the death of his brother in a kayaking accident becomes consumed by his volunteer search and rescue program, even as it depletes his finances and affects his relationship with his brother’s fiance’. When she gets lost following a plane crash, the stakes are even higher for the man and his team.
HARD KNOX (Quarterfinalist – American Screenwriters Assn Screenplay contest)
Tracking escapees from Fort Leavenworth to a robbery at Fort Knox, a military policeman finds all the gold there is fake.
COAL TOWN MURDER
The Company owns the coal miners who work in its town – but not 16 year old Junior McCloud! With the help of a stranger, Junior solves the murder of a well liked miner and sets the town free.
SILENT LIGHTNING – Published by Putnam
SILENT SALVO – Published by Putnam
ARCHIVES OF MURDER
Archives of Murder
by Joe Gribble
Approx. 92,340 words.
Published on November 22, 2009.
The dead girl; the robbery at his hotel; the gun battle in the D.C. metro that produced two more corpses. The book caused it all. Archer has to prove the book he stole from KGB headquarters is true, corroborate the one entry that will stop the dangerous third party presidential candidate in his quest to dominate the United States.
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