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A Kidnapping. But the ransom isn’t money!
Thirty-six hours before the end of the Republican National Convention, the husband of a vice presidential hopeful is kidnapped. But the ransom isn’t money; it’s the candidate’s withdrawal from the upcoming election!
Laid Off? Don’t go to P.J. Griffin for your next job!
Unable to find a job for almost two years, P.J. Griffin decides to exact a desperate revenge on the corporate world. He begins blackmailing corporate executives in Research Triangle Park, NC.
Leesha Domont’s written a document more frightening than the UnaBomber Manifesto!
It’s the near-future, and although Internet voting software has existed for years, computer geek Thomas Bridger has created the killer app–the security code that would make it safe for people to vote in political elections using the Internet! Who cares? Just about everybody (good and bad) in Washington, DC. Especially Leesha Dormont.
Short VideosYour Backstage Pass for Behind-the-Scenes Extras!
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Take a fast ride down the same road where the car chase takes place in Faulkner’s novel Tracer--the dead-man’s curve of Va. Beach, Virginia!
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In Faulkner's novel, The Headhunter, Baines and Tilley go out to eat for a first date. This short video shows the exact location, as well as gives you a feel for the actual restaurant, the food, and the back-story!
Even More Novels
8 People. Each one falls in love with the Wrong Person!
Get ready for a sexual farce, a tender love story, and the hope surrounding second chances and the ability to change–plus, that secretly-longed-for, happy-ever-after ending!
A Beautiful Woman wants plastic surgery. To make her ugly!
Two years ago, Raven lost his license to practice medicine. The reason? Stephanie Lane, the most beautiful woman he’d ever seen. A simple face-lift. But something went horribly wrong. On purpose!
A mysterious stranger shows up in a futuristic Loch Ness, Scotland, to discover the answer to what happened during a power outage many years ago.
Even More Short VideosYour Backstage Pass for Behind-the-Scene Extras!
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Delve into the slapstick that makes Faulkner’s novel, Valentine’s Day–A Romantic Comedy, so side-splittingly hilarious!
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Check out the insane influences and research that went into the creation of Faulkner's dark, speculative novel.
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“When I started reading this book I did not want to put it down. It catches one’s interest from page one. The characters were very real and the story line has one staying on the edge. This is Lewis Faulkner’s best yet. I can’t wait for the next book.”
–Billie V. (Raleigh, NC)
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“Faulkner may soon be a famous literary name just like authors Tom Clancy and Raymond Chandler.”
–Michelle C. (The Kentucky New Era newspaper)
“It was a good read,
and I polished it off
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–Damon Y. (Raleigh, NC)
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“It was a bit like
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–Patricia B. (The Cary News newspaper)
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- Auntie Elizabeth, an eighty-year-old Granny Clampet turned nymphomaniac and Sirius, an old, reclusive, Leonardo da Vinci-type astronomer.
- Stallion, a handsome, a la Cheers, Sam Malone. Fanny, a street-sharp punk, torn between her desire for fast-paced passion and fatherly commitment.
- Burgew and Pone, a pair of drunken gravediggers, who weigh in with more wit than an MTV version of Hamlet.
- A vat of middle-aged testosterone named Will, and his wife, the religiously conservative, yet sultry, Penelope,–celebrating their twenty-third wedding anniversary.