The Lion Communique
The Lion Communique are thirteen darkly wound stories that examine the struggle between good and evil from multiple perspectives. Jim Morrison in the wilderness of Shamans and psychedelics, capturing the soul of General Sherman, mysterious forces at play in the trenches of WWI, southern gothic/noir, families at war, and the ghosts of our pasts that we carry with us, and the hope of redemption.
The Last Stage
Michael Night is an aging professional student looking for a way out of a small town, and away from a loving girlfriend who increasingly wants more from him. Inspired by friends who tell him he looks like Jim Morrison he sidetracks a band on their road to fame, and together they experience the exhilaration of being a Rock n' Roll band on tour, from the long hours, the agents, the travel, the groupies, record company executives and the growing ego of Michael Night, until they're offered the gig of their Rock n' Roll dreams.
The Doors Examined
Jim Morrison, Ray Manzarek, Robby Krieger and John Densmore. Welcome to the known, the unknown, and the in between. Welcome to The Doors Examined.
The Doors remain one of the most influential and exciting bands in rock 'n' roll history, and The Doors Examined offers a unique, expressive insight into the history of the band, their influence on culture, and the group's journey following the death of Jim Morrison in Paris in 1971. It starts at the beginning, on a Venice Beach rooftop, and takes the reader on an invigorating journey, from The Whisky a Go-Go to the Dinner Key Auditorium, The Ed Sullivan Show to Père Lachaise Cemetery.
Comprised of selected acclaimed articles from The Doors Examiner, The Doors Examined also serves up original content that assesses seminal albums, how the group's music has influenced other artists, and key people in the band's history; people like Jac Holzman, Paul Rothchild, Bruce Botnick, and Pam Courson. The Doors Examined is a must read investigation into one of the greatest rock 'n' roll bands of all time.