Killing Liberty

Based on shockingly true events, Killing Liberty boldly confronts the issue of emerging depravity in an already corrupt little southern Alabama city when the gruesome decapitation of Lloyd Baylor, forty-two but married to a sixteen-year-old high school girl, sets off a chain of events that leads to lies, desperate cover-ups, fatal arson and more murders, each more shocking than the last. More

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About Parker T. Mattson

The crime novels 'Tropic Heat,' 'Interception City' and 'Killing Liberty' were written by screenwriter/producer Robert W. Fisher under the pseudonym Parker T. Mattson.

Robert W. Fisher's first screenplay, written while attending Syd Field's Screenwriting Workshop at Sherwood Oaks Experimental College in Hollywood, was the thriller "Darkroom" (1988), directed by Terrence O'Hara and produced by Jessica Rains, actor Claude Rains' daughter.

Mr. Fisher also worked as a Script & Story Analyst for legendary producer Samuel Z. Arkoff in Beverly Hills and supported himself writing over 40 trashy paperbacks under a variety of pen names. In addition, at a very young age he wrote the highly successful video game, "The Farmer's Daughter," which was marketed worldwide through Nocturnal Software.

While he was an independent Producer and partner of the Pamplin-Fisher Company at Universal Studios-Orlando, Mr. Fisher co-wrote and produced the features "Michael Winslow Live" (1999), starring Michael Winslow of "Police Academy" fame, "Hoover" (2000), starring Academy Award-winner Ernest Borgnine and ex-Deputy Director of the FBI Cartha D. 'Deke' DeLoach, and the instructional video "Magic 4 Morons" (2000), starring Lyndel the Magician (Tim Scarbrough) and hosted by Michael Winslow.

Robert W. Fisher is a member of the Directors Guild of America and MENSA

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