Fictional stories about Davy Jones and the Monkees. In Last Train to Murder by Rick L. Phillips, the Monkees track a killer to clear Peter Tork. In story The Old Grey Mare By Christopher Brockow the Monkees help a boy keep his horse. It's written in the style of a TV script. Complete with commercials. In A Quiet Drive in the Country by Rick L. Phillips , Davy takes on car thieves and in Mama's Boys, written by Steven Thompson, Davy and Bruce Lee are recruited by the government to be spies.
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About the Author
Rick L. Phillips was born in Covington, Kentucky to Louis and Margaret Phillips. He received a BA in Radio, Television and Film Communications from Northern Kentucky University. He is an announcer and voice actor and his agent is the Heyman Talent Agency in Ohio, Kentucky and Indiana. His first professional story was a short story titled "War Between Two Worlds" published in the book "It's That Time Again Volume 3". It was edited by the late, great writer and editor Jim Harmon. His next book that was published was a children's book. It was his creation called "Dinky the Elf". He is the author of the mystery "Last Train to Murder", the superhero series "Project: Hero" and wrote short stories for as well as conceived and edited the book "With Great Power" which follows the first Spider-Man story from 1962 to present and tells how it influenced the lives of each of its owners. Profits from With Great Power go to charity. Currently he is working on a new mystery novel as well having just published the second in the Project: Hero series, Project: Hero Atlantis Under Attack. Both of his parents were Sunday School Teachers and his father was a Deacon in his church. Rick is also a Christian. He was a Sunday School Teacher for 3 years and is active in the church choir and has sang solos and as part of a group at other churches. Like his Father he is now a Deacon in the church. He lives in Kentucky with his wife Violet.