Two bloody contemporary stories of familicide, matricide, mariticide, suicide and euthanasia. In Deianira in Los Angeles, inspired by Sophocles' Women of Trachis, a righteous woman, meaning good, does despicable, deadly harm to Heracles, her husband. In The Curse of the House of Brown, inspired by Aeschylus' The Oresteia, a lethal curse that infects their patriarchs through several generations destroys nearly all members of the Brown family.
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About the Author
Author holds BA in theater arts and MBA in arts administration degrees from the University of California. To support his family, he's worn several hats including real estate agent's. He lives in Arizona where he writes full time. Other works include Show me your Papers! a full-size novel; Gothic Horror Works, a collection of crime stories; Food for Thought and Thoughts for life, a non-fiction read on health and happiness; three stage plays, Romeo and Julieta, Hitler and Stalin, and Madass and W; and Deianira in Los Angeles, a novella. He's member of Write on the Edge, a local writers' organization, and Critters, an online writers' society.