Sitting atop the Fairfax Hotel is a gargoyle that some say wields mythical power to grant success but not without a substantial price. Yet others claim it is simply a stone decoration misinterpreted by man's foolishness and greed for power. Which should we believe?
This is a collection of short stories set twenty to thirty thousand years ago somewhere across Eurasia. There are stories of humor to help you laugh, sorrow that may bring tears to your eyes or possibly break your heart, passionate romance to warm your heart and moral teachings to help guide you through the challenges of life. Most listeners will find something within the collection to please them. May you find something here for you.
In San Francisco, the new Bank of California would branch itself in Virginia City, Nevada, a mining town situated on a mountain side over the Comstock Lode of silver. As the branch's moment bigger grows under the direction of William Sharon, so a monopolistic sovereignty of mills and mines is ventured. This drama sets forth the actions of monopolist temerity and what success or miss the principals had. F. L. Light is the author of the Gouldium, a series of 24 dramas (all framed to his peculiar form of Athenian tragic poetry), on the life and times of Jay Gould.