Synopses & Reviews
D. N. A.--Denton Nicholas Ashe is a published writer. His books are making noise. That's good. But not all the attention is welcomed. He's getting death threats. After a book signing, he's kidnapped at gunpoint and flown to D. C. Is his book so on target that it's ruffled some feathers? The actual reason, however is a shock. What else does Denton have that might compel someone to kidnap him? Read D. N. A. and find out.
The Service--How do you know if your husband or wife or partner is faithful to you? Hiring a private eye is one way, but what if the one you hire has his own agenda? What if, instead of finding out about your loved one, you unknowingly unleash a predator? Who is right? Who is guilty? Get the answers in The Service., P>Across the Meadow--Setting: a small, rural Kansas town in the 1950's. The town shrinks away from an unwelcome stranger. He has clandestinely befriended a local youth. Is the mysterious newcomer dangerous, is he a pervert? Across the Meadow illustrates the unwritten social rule that all is forgiven except homosexuality. It examines societal reaction to homosexuality, pitting it against its ignorant definitions of right and wrong, rewarding uniformity while punishing diversity.