Caged to Kill
After 30 yrs of lockdown in a cell the size of your smallest bathroom, Phillip Dawkins is a survivor. Finally cleared of his wrongful conviction for murdering a cop, he’s determined to live as a free man. He turns to his only friends–his lawyer, David Thompson, and Thompson’s wife and son–for help with the transition. Modern life for a man in lockdown since the 1980s is stressful enough. But when Phillip perceives that the government is after him, he’s pushed to his breaking point. He fears “they’re” out to put him back in his cell or 6 feet under. He begins to doubt his sanity and innocence. And it’s getting harder to resist his inner voice urging him to kill David and maybe his family too.
Final Ride For Justice
For a man who spent his life fighting, can there ever be peace? Elam Eskers lives his days in peace on his ranch in the small town of Phoenix, Oregon, with his ranch hand, Samson, and his dog, Dusk, keeping him company. Gone are the days when he was the man outlaws feared the most. When he doesn’t seek trouble, though, it finds him. Quincy Meiner has a hunger for money. He will stop at nothing to steal the land that belongs to Elam and his neighbors.
A freak landslide at a remote mine site uncovers a strange machine to a group of paleontology grad students. Wary of corrupt school officials, team leader Barry takes the machine home to study it in secret, reaching only one realistic – and unbelievable – conclusion: It was designed to bridge the time-space continuum. It’s a time machine.Testing delivers disastrous results, sending one team member to the hospital and nearly killing another.