5 New Action-Packed Superspy Comedies Based on
The Legends of Sullivant's Hill
Part of this legend claims:
Back when the Hilltop was "Sullivant's Hill," it hid most of our country's top-secret programs. One was ORPHAN, its first undercover intelligence agency.
ORPHAN was headquartered inside an underground railroad fortress hidden behind the country's largest (in SF) and most terrifying building, the Hilltop Lunatic Asylum. Its vampire bat-inspired architecture dominated Columbus's western horizon, as it scared everything unrelated away from Sullivant's Hill.
Since first hearing this myth around 1985, I've unintentionally noticed hundreds of supporting pieces of evidence around West Columbus. After finding a satellite image from 2010 (in 2016) showing ORPHAN's hidden fort apparently being cleared and filled secretly, my imagination kicked in. I outlined five action-packed, often amusing, ORPHAN Superspy Novels.
The Southern Cross (available this fall) is the story of Southern Tycoon Tyberious Maximus Cross, the world's wealthiest narcissist. In 1882, his White Knight spies stole 17 notebooks from the newly arrived Nicola Tesla.
By March 7, 1885, Cross's engineers and slaves at his secret Cuban complexes had turned Nicky's notes into a vast arsenal of remote-controlled weapons.
On May 1, 1885, President Cross's high-tech version of the Confederacy assumed it would start and instantly win a new Civil War.
After being robbed, Tesla became ORPHAN'S Tech Master, cranking out wild weapons, spy gadgets, and insane speed machines to hopefully help America's first superspies, Colin McLaughlin and Lemont Freeman (Aunt Jemima's enormous son), save America.
If your business is in West Columbus, I want you to review my final draft of The Southern Cross by December 14, 3023.
For a pdf.doc of it now, contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org
The Southern Cross will be published early next year. However, if you click on the spy image above, Chapter One will Magically Appear (pdf. load).