Works of Words
Roland Dice and his side-kick Sandy Banks live and play in
the "Land of Enchanting Living," Maryland, USA.
Unfortunately, death, murder, and mayhem interrupt
the fun, forcing Roland and Sandy to PUNish the wicked.
Fortunately for them, the plots remind Roland of the
plots of classic literature that he studied in school.
They may seem similar, but Roland Dice and Sandy Banks
can't help but to make them funnier. They can't
play it straight; they're serial.
The Scarlet Bettor is the first one to be finished, and is slated as the novella inside my first anthology, which I hope that Rockway Press will publish in 2008.
Plots waiting for me to finish for Roland and Sandy are:
Towed Backhoe Road (a prequel) Roland's parents--Walter and Lois Dice--are found dead on a defunct turnstile wheel in a railroad yard off of Falls Road in Baltimore. Roland and Sandy solve the case, and decide to open a detective agency.
Drapes of Wrath It's a case of domestic violence that underlies a complex plot to ruin several marriages and break up a family that is a pillar in the community.
Canary Row John's Hopkins University coeds who spent spring break in Jaimaica as sex resort hostesses have turned up missing. Roland and Sandy to the rescue!
Cat on a Hopkins Roof Murder and psychological intrigue color the intense faculty rivalry at Johns Hopkins University.
The Class Menage-et-trois A curator of maquette at the Baltimore Art Museum is found dead with her blouse and bra torn open, a rose crushed between her favorite small sculpture and the olive-toned skin of her exposed breast.
All's Quiet on the Eastern Shore An international peace treaty signed at the Wye River Plantation is about to be extended by Isreal and the PLO, but Hezzbola demands to be a party to the treaty... until all three ambassadors fall ill.
Long Day's Tourney of a Knight
East of Easton
Breath of a Sail Man
Call of the Mild
Catch Her in a Rhyme
Count on Monty Bristow
A Desperate Piece
Goon With The Wind
Farewell to Farms
For Whom Bill Trolls
A Great Patsy
House of the Seven Cables
The Importance of Being Furnished
Old Tan and the Sea
Pried and Perjury
Streetcar Named Denial
Tails and Two Scivies
Load of them Flies
Tequilla's Mocking Her
The Sounds of the Furry
The Spit And The Tenderloin
The Sun Also Surmises
The Baltimore Pun
Inhabit the Wind
Last of the Bohemicans
Leave Some Grass
Of Micean and Men
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