George W. Parker has published an intertextual cycle of American genre novels: Death; Juxtaposed, The Letters, The Krew, Conversations at Night, and Vanishing Trick. Additionally he has authored The Boy in the Box the second in the series of Marvin Davis detective novels. He lives in far west Texas where he is currently working on Twin Killing, a novel following the life and deeds of serial killer Robert David Smalley which you can find serialized at http://www.scribd.com/georgewparkertalking
Marin Davis, PI - a Dallas,Texas based private detective has been working cases in the city and its environs for over thirty years, first after leaving the Dallas Police Department and now as a "retired" day trader. Divorced, with two kids and a needy ex, Marv knows who he is and what life is about: drugs, sex and money, in any order you want to arrange them.
Marvin Davis is hired as 'muscle' in a blackmail payoff. When his client and the client's brother are murdered and his girlfriend, Shelia Goodwin, is kidnapped by a Mexican cartel boss Marv is launched into full bore vigilante mode.
ADULT CONTENT - Murder and suicide, rape and incest; welcome to the vagarities of The Krew. Bill Kensett wants to solo sail around the world. He finds the boat of his dreams, a 56 foot ketch named The Krew. Falling in love with the beautiful ghost that haunts the boat he sets sail and learns the horrific stories of the rest of The Krew.
Long before the disaster of Katrina an estimated category 5 hurricane struck Galveston, Texas in 1900. Its thirty-foot wave surge and 100mph winds leveled the city and killed over eight thousand people. That is only part of the story.
A mind altering experiment. A government conspiracy. A coup d'etat. In the near future a device to make people smarter is stolen from its inventor and multiple levels of intrigue to take over the US Government are ignited.
How smart is too smart?