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St. Malo

by Larry Mollin (Author)

Max Dean, free-lance songwriter and private eye with music business clients, has survived a bout with cancer and a second wife. With a gnawing desire to relax and recreate, he takes up an old client’s offer of a beach house in the North of France. When an irresistible Nazi general’s granddaughter hires him, and mysterious, buried booty in the sea caves of St. Malo calls, Max gets no rest. The pirate treasure hides a greater treasure whose allure has lured men and women throughout the centuries. To survive his vacation on the coast of Brittany, Max will need the talents of the love-of-his-life-who-left-him, a heroin addicted surfer, and a Parisian street Romeo. Murder, mayhem and making love ensues in a wild search for untold riches and much, much more.

CAYUGA

by Larry Mollin (Author)

Career-challenged writer and semi-retired LA private detective, Max Dean, living his worst life, takes on an investigation of a thirteen-year old unsolved murder in upstate New York. At the request of a rich, elderly lady from his past, he lands in the Finger Lakes whose lakes, gorges, and falls hide secrets from when the land was a bloody Revolutionary War battleground. While following clues to the identity of the murderer, Max is catapulted into a search for the long-lost, Eye of Shiva, an ancient Hindu weapon of mass destruction. He’s helped along a perilous path by an anthropologist cousin who is not really a cousin, an aging hippie, ticket scalper, a loser thief with winner dreams, and a Native American jewelry-maker slash wise man. Max finds himself in a battle of wits with death cultists from India, masquerading as Ivy League academics; born to fulfill the catastrophic prophecy of the Third Cleansing.

Search: Paul Clayton

by Larry Mollin (Author)

Full-Length Musical | "A true tale of love, folk music and betrayal." –Broadway World | The world of legendary folksinger Paul Clayton comes to life onstage as a musical Wikipedia page. When Bob Dylan arrived in Greenwich Village in 1961, Paul Clayton was the most recorded young folk singer in America. A smitten Clayton took Dylan under his wing, only to be left alone and heartbroken when Dylan rose to fame and fortune. Their tumultuous friendship wrought with plagiarism, betrayal, and unrequited love is beautifully explored in this folk-infused, myth-shattering new musical chronicling the life of the folk music legend and the music that influenced him. (Cast: 2F, 4M)

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