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A burned out middle-age accountant and a young daredevil woman form an improbable alliance on a dangerous rescue-mission to Mexico. First Place, Screenplay Festival, 2017.

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By Keith Davidson.

Winner of multiple contests (including Disney and WB), this detective comedy is about a struggling mystery author who's writing a novel based on her fiancé detective’s big murder case and discovers he missed a key clue, then sets out with her eccentric editor to re-solve the murder. But to win back her respect and save their relationship the fiancé must beat them to the punch. The film is presented in three different genres — film noir, Hollywood glamour, and pulp – depending on which character is telling the story.

Format: Screenplay

(Posted: 02/07/2001; Updated: 09/07/2019)

By Keith Davidson.

Stuck in purgatory, a woman tries to win admission to heaven by returning to earth to save an honest politician's soul by preventing him from committing a sin during a small-town election. When her devious ex-husband realizes he still loves her and wants her in Hell with him, he comes up to make sure the politician commits a sin. (It also won the CBC Arts Performance Showcase.)

Format: Screenplay

(Posted: 02/07/2001; Updated: 09/07/2019)

By Russ Meyer.

When hired to find heirs to a large will, a lone wolf San Francisco private investigator finds the heirs are being killed by the same assassin that murdered his girlfriend years before, and must decide whether to save the remaining heir, or abandon him to hunt down the assassin.

Format: Screenplay

(Posted: 03/16/2010; Updated: 09/25/2019)

By Diane Johnson.

Devil rocker Alec never envisioned himself to be a "messenger of God" after miraculously surviving a bullet to the heart. But his fans do. And they're going to kill him because of it. Now available as a novel.

Format: Screenplay

(Posted: 08/22/2003; Updated: 05/05/2019)

By Diane Johnson.

A volunteer firefighter of Native American descent must convince a small town sheriff with a grudge that a vengeful Indian spirit is bent on destroying their town with the flood waters of a nearby creek. Inspired by the actual Schoharie Creek bridge collapse of 1987. Now available as a novel.

Format: Screenplay

(Posted: 10/29/2003; Updated: 05/05/2019)