Los Angeles, the 1930s. The city of angels. Just beneath the surface is a city stinking of corruption with criminal bosses and politicians squeezing the life out of the city. Stunned by the murder of her crusading politician father, socialite Ellen Patrick determines to bring her father's killers to justice - at any cost! Donning a distinctive white dress and a black domino mask, she becomes the Domino Lady, one of the sexiest - and most elusive - crime fighters of all time.
When a flurry of forgeries appear in museums and among collectors, the members of the Agora, a society dedicated to the betterment of man, take it upon themselves to stop the rogues. But among the members, there is a traitor. Among the forgers, there is a murderer. As friends betray their own and souls are sentenced to death, suspicions and tensions mount. Only one man, Carl Brooke, has the knowledge and expertise to stop the murderer. But will he succeed?
George will simply not put up with a gang of terrorist rats. These rats have taken over the old Henderson's house across the street. Harnessing the power of his secret labyrinth, George wields an ultimate weapon to battle the rats. The rats will not surrender without a fight, however. Full invasion results. Who couldn't love a story about a rat named Princess making a Churchillian speech and a nod to an ancient folk-tale?