Yankee Gold is the tale of a post-Civil War chase through the defeated South, across war-torn Alabama, burned Mississippi, and a reeling Louisiana, and finally into a defiant Texas for a climactic shootout where the hunted becomes the hunter.
Key West runs blood red as Jack Marsh is caught between a ruthless Cuban Drug Lord, known as El Condor, that has had 10 million dollars stolen from him by someone in Key West, and an aging Mafia Don that knows who made the heist, and will kill to get it for himself.
"I want to move to Key West and meet Jack!"
Wolf is in Panama waiting for the details of his next assignment. When his handler contacts him, he is immediately distrustful and suspicious of the plan. He sees it as a suicide mission with no way out. Within hours, bodies start to pile up, a double-cross and betrayal are tripped up, and a final showdown that leaves the target alive and Wolf on the run.
"Quick paced, engaging thriller noir!"
Kid Cotton is caught up in the change, but not the change he was expecting. He is sentenced to 10 years at hard labor in Louisiana’s notorious Camp 3 for attempted bank robbery. Camp 3 is deep in the Atchafalaya Swamp where no one has ever gotten out alive. After two years under the whip, he escapes with two other convicts and heads for Texas.
A pure adrenaline rush of hard hitting, hard talking characters caught up in a chase for a fortune in gold locked inside a U.S. C-130 Aircraft that has been sitting on the floor of the Florida Straits for over fifty years. Jack Marsh is pulled into the hunt for the treasure by an old East German Stasi agent who knows where the plane is and how it got there. Always looking for easy money, Marsh recruits his friend Tommy Hicks, Captain of their salvage and dive boat, The Island Queen.
Jack Marsh goes toe-to-toe with the Israeli Mafia to save a shipment of captive women destined for the Mideast slave market. The I.M.'s first mistake was to snatch Jack's best friend because he knew of their planned shipment, their second mistake was that they threatened to kill his friend if he didn't back off. Their third mistake was to underestimate an adversary that would stop at nothing to bring the gang down.