The Road to Key West is an adventurous/humorous sojourn that cavorts its way through the 1970s Caribbean, from Key West and the Bahamas, to Cuba and Central America. In August of 1971, Kansas Stamps and Will Bell set out to become nothing more than commercial divers in the Florida Keys, but adventure, or misadventure, seems to dog them at every turn.
Early in the next century, planetary alignment and the increasing ice mass combine to cause a shift in the Earth's poles and civilization is shattered. Travis Christian has miraculously survived nature's initial onslaught. As he faces the elements of a changed world and the baser ambitions of his fellow man, he navigates a battered sailboat toward safe harbor. Along the way, he gathers a remarkable crew of castaways. As one world ends, another begins, and they embark on the adventure of a lifetime.
"Fast, Fun Post-Apocalypse Thriller"
Back on the Road to Key West reintroduces the somewhat reluctant adventurers Kansas Stamps and Will Bell, casting them into one bizarre situation after another while capturing the true flavor and feel of Key West and the Caribbean in the early 1980s.
Summer, 1944. A small squadron of British and American aircraft depart at dawn on strike into Germany, but as they cross the English Channel, the squadron vanishes. Drawn thousands of light-years across the galaxy by Kamalon's "Sensitive Mothers," ten men and eight aircraft are greeted by a roaring crowd in a field before the provincial capitol, on the continent of Azra; a land in desperate need of champions.
"Great Plot If You Can Plod"