Seven years ago, navy deep-sea pilot JONAS TAYLOR found himself on a top-secret dive in the Mariana Trench, the deepest, most unexplored realm in the ocean. Seven miles down he came face-to-face with the most fearsome predator ever to inhabit the planet–carcharodon Megalodon– the 70-foot 50,000 pound prehistoric cousin of the great white shark. Rushing his submersible topside, he barely escaped, but his actions cost the lives of the two scientists on-board the vessel, as well as his career, the Navy dismissing his claims as mere “aberrations of the deep.”

Jonas (now a paleobiologist) is still trying to prove to the world that the creatures exist, harbored in a warm-water current created by hydrothermal vents at the bottom of the gorge, trapped beneath six miles of freezing waters. On board the DAYANG YIHAO research vessel, which holds the deep-sea submersible record, it is Jonas' old friend at Zhang Institute Minway who gives Jonas his chance to go back into the Mariana Trench. With the help of Minway, his son DJ, an extreme sports enthusiast and experienced deep submersible diver, and his daughter Suyin, Jonas with his old friend Mac journey back into a world of the unknown, the Mariana Trench. Jonas is determined to prove to the world the MEG exists, which is why despite fear he takes the dive.

But man’s presence in this unexplored domain releases one of the 60ft SHARKS from its purgatory – a pregnant female – And then the planet’s apex predator of all time surfaces . . .

And then the planet’s apex predator of all time surfaces . . .

Marine biologist ZACHARY WALLACE (25) nearly drowns while on an expedition and the experience stirs up memories from his childhood, plaguing him with horrible night terrors. His life is out of control when he’s called back to Scotland by his estranged father ANGUS, who is accused of murder and claims the real killer is none other than the Loch Ness Monster. More killings around the loch back up his claim and Zack is drawn into a terrifying adventure as he sets out to find Nessie and face her down, once and for all.

This suspenseful, exciting and humorous search for “Nessie” is an entertaining, delightful read. There is just the right blend of action, character, mystery and, of course, monsters, to keep you on the edge of your seat. As much fun as any of Clive Cussler’s novels, The Loch is a great read for anyone looking for a thrill ride with heart. You may know where the story is going but the trip is a hoot. Like National Treasure, this story takes a couple of known legends – the Knights Templar and the Loch Ness Monster – and combines them in a really unique, imaginative way that feels like it could possibly be true. If for no other reason this makes it a great popcorn read.
The writer’s most winning talent is his characters. The setting is also stunning; from the beauty of the Scottish countryside, to the terrors of the black water to the underwater cavern, it’s always something new and different around the next bend. Even the opening sequences would be fascinating to watch.
Submitted for representation, this is definitely a book that is highly recommended. It’s practically already written to be a script and has outstanding potential to be a great action flick. For some folks the flaw to this book might be it’s very simple story line but it follows the same story type that worked for Jaws and countless other monster movies. It’s simple, it’s understandable, the characters are engaging – what more could you ask from a summer movie?


School’s out for the summer in Florida. For young Harley Cooper, that means endless days of adventure on the bays and cays around Pine Island. With his trusty black lab, Hammerhead, by his side, Harley fishes the pristine waters for blue crab to help his mom make ends meet. When he hauls up an ancient treasure map his summer vacation explodes into a hunt for Spanish gold.

A mysterious hermit, known only as Salt, steers Harley toward hidden doubloons with swashbuckling tales of the infamous pirate Gasparilla. But, does the hermit have reasons of his own? Or will nature have the final say when she sends a monster hurricane to hammer the coast? Harley Cooper explains it all in an action-packed diddie he calls The Last Pirate.


This project is being developed as a feature film that stars Fan Bing Bing in the leading role of Sherry Moore.

Investigative consultant Sherry Moore is blind and stunningly beautiful, with the extraordinary ability to “see” the deceased’s last eighteen seconds of memory by touching the corpse. At age five, she was found near death on the steps of a city hospital, a head injury had left her without sight and prevented her from remembering her past. When Sherry discovers she does have sight—sight that transcends death—she learns to use her gift to help others. Only she can tap into Serial killer Earl Sykes victims. Police Lt. Kelly O’Shaughnessy desperate to stem the bloodshed forces her to accept Sherry’s help, but not without consequence. As the two women join forces to discover the killer’s identity, they unwittingly become the hunted, marching deeper with every step into the monster’s lair. A law enforcement veteran himself, Shuman packs a realistic style and authentic investigative detail into this taut tale filled with pulse-pounding tension that will send readers right to the edge.

A Vengeance is an epic film of revenge and the brutal effect it has on the guilty as well as the innocent.

A group of malicious outlaws rob a stagecoach, killing everyone on board. After several days on the run, the outlaws, needing fresh horses, ride into a small Indian village near the river. SKY a young half Chinese half American Indian woman is up in the mountains gathering herbs, when she hears gunshots and rides quickly back to her village where she finds her people slaughtered, including her husband and young son. She manages to kill one of the outlaws before they rape her and leave her for dead. In the struggle she suffers a near-fatal knife wound near her heart.

JEREMIAH is a black man whose voice in the film is that of forgiveness and wisdom. He has known the Indian woman since she was a child and is very fond of her. Jeremiah is close with her tribe and trades with them, but the relationships are complicated. He also has raised COLT, a young man whose family was killed by Indians and who now fosters a fierce hatred of them.

SKY slowly begins to recover with the help of LEE, (a Chinese man who knows medicine, Jeremiah and Colt. As her wounds heal, her revenge for her people grows. Jeremiah's attempts to dissuade her, falls on deaf ears. She begins to avenge her people, bringing the outlaws’ dead bodies - one by one - back to Colt, who turns them in for the reward.

RED, the leader of the outlaws, discovers that someone is killing his friends. The resulting circle of violence devours the innocent as well as the guilty

Eva Thomas is a schoolteacher and the wife of the newly-appointed Sheriff of Weldon, a crude western frontier cattle town. She and her young teenage daughter Sarah are to join her husband and son in Weldon by stagecoach.

Upon arrival, she discovers that her husband was killed by one of the outlaws and that her son was caught in the crossfire.

Eva has no money and a teenage daughter to raise. She seeks the help of a colorful character, Miss Lily, the saloon owner who also happens to own the town. Miss Lily informs Eva that there is no schoolhouse, that the town of Weldon needs only one thing: A sheriff who is good with a gun.

Eva, with the help of her daughter, kidnaps the aging alcoholic gunman Ivory (the man who she believes accidentally killed her son) while he is passed out. Eva locks Ivory in her outhouse, boarding up the outside, until he agrees to teach her how to shoot a gun. Ivory refuses, but can't help but admire her perseverance. Misunderstood by her daughter and laughed at by the towns- people, Eva finally lets him go after several days, her spirit temporarily broken.

Ivory returns to the saloon to discovery his unsteady hand is no longer shaking. Interpreting this as an opportunity for redemption, the former U.S. Marshall for the Arizona Territories cleans himself up and teaches Eva how to handle guns...and outlaws.

Eva proves herself and earns the respect of the town people who once laughed at her. Her compassion for the man whom she believed killed her son displays her tenderness and willingness to forgive those who commit unforgivable acts. She is also tough, with the grit to fire a bullet to save the town from the evil that infects it.

Lady Colt has a Global Cast including Irish, Russian, Italian, English, American, French as well it also features a Chinese Warlord, a Chinese Shaolin Master and a Chinese child whom he protects with his life. These diverse cultures create an exciting and fun show for all countries with families on an International level and with our Global casting there is something for everyone.


17 year old Leeann Worthier is the perfect girl in town - or so she says. George Willets is the heir to a booming petroleum business. When they announce their engagement, George's controlling mother is unimpressed, and Leeann absolutely refuses to live with her mother-in-law. So George gives his new wife a house as a wedding gift. Thirty years before, the same house hosted a grisly scene: George's uncle and cousins were all slaughtered and his aunt Robina accused of both murder and suicide. The house is a gorgeous, well-maintained mansion, but has stood empty since the tragedy. It's intimidating, but who is Leeann to turn down a free house? When the ghost of Robina begins to haunt Leeann, she realizes she's made a huge mistake .... "A rip roaring murderously good time," Tiffany Harkleroad of Tiffany's Bookshelf. 

Kathleen McKenna's explosive third novel 'The Wedding Gift' excels in so many categories it defies them all. It is a spine-electrifying supernatural tale where a huge Southern States mansion contains one of the most terrifying, violent and indeed psychopathic ghosts to haunt any town. It is also a murder mystery - why did Robina Willets apparently kill all five of her young children, and her husband, before stabbing herself to death? And, if you are in the camp of believing that 'justice .... just is not', then this will have you frothing at the mouth with righteous social fury. Add to that the vision of two exceptionally beautiful girls lying on a landing stage in the middle of a secluded lake, sleeping naked in the sun .... .... and then see if you can find any consecutive ten minutes in this book when you don't at least snicker at the heroine Leeann's sly, caustic, sometimes-knowing sometimes 'too stupid to live' commentary. "Several times in the 'The Wedding Gift' Kathleen McKenna has the narrator bursting out with phrases like 'Oh shoot, hell yeah, he was grinning like an egg suck dog' or words to that affect. Well, that was me she was describing throughout the book, grinning like an egg suck dog. I don't know what one of those might be, but I sure want to be one. " Tim Roux, author of 'Missio' and 'The Dance of the Pheasodile'

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