Henry (Hank) Scott is a former journalist at newspapers in North Carolina (The Raleigh Times and Charlotte Observer) and Connecticut (The Hartford Courant) and has worked as a business executive at The New York Times (VP New Media/New Products), Out Publishing (President) and Metro New York (Publisher). His "Shocking True Story: The Rise and Fall of Confidential, 'America's Scandalous Scandal Magazine'," was published by Pantheon in 2009. Two novels -- "London Comfort: An American Idol's Dangerous Real World Adventure" and "Lost and Found: Looking for Love in All the Wrong Places" are being published by The Pine Forest Press (www.thepineforestpress.com)
London Comfort is a seemingly brainless Hollywood celebrity who finds herself in the truly brainless world of Washington when a judge sentences her to community service as a White House tour guide. She soon discovers her coke-filled nights with Hollywood party boys are tame compared to what she finds in the White House — a world just as exploitive but much more dangerous.
High school friends reunite as adults in a search for their long-lost fathers and the love they've never known. They brave a Ponzi scheme, a ghetto gang and brutal torture to find, at the barrel of a gun, a love they never imagined possible.