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Detective Theo
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A Noir Series by Sonny Valentine


The Procurements of Sonny Valentine:

All Kinds of Stories


An Exciting Collection of Short Stories Presented as Cases by Sonny Valentine


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Detective Bryant moved across the intersection alongside the car that waited for him. When the light changed, that driver gave their gas pedal more attention, causing the white hatch-back to drive off quickly. It neared the end of the next block at the same time that Detective Bryant took his first step on the curb. He walked alone, but his trench coat made up for it. The coat took up an equal amount of space on its path as a single unit of two or three rookie police.

When Theo stopped to observe the traffic passing on his right, the jacket clung to him. He moved forward at once, at a quick speed, his gate wider than before. He dashed towards the next intersection. As the corners of his trench coat floated out, he held onto his floppy-eared, deer-stalker hat with one hand.

The crime scene was already roped off with yellow tape when PI Bryant made his arrival. When he stepped under the yellow tape, he unbuttoned his long, pin-striped coat in one motion. Its three buttons opened enough to allow room for his hand to tuck his hat into the inside breast pocket in exchange for a small, wired notepad. He flipped the notepad open along its top coil, and as it hinged open he started to accomplish writing his Introductory Dossier, preliminary notes he would write before speaking to a badge-wearing member of the police department, on the scene.

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Asleep in the Skies

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When his children and elderly father go missing, Inspector Cary Oriel becomes the prime suspect in their disappearance. Evading their captures and searching for answers, he comes across Captain Larry Stegner. Detective Theo and Doctor Valentico join the cause to find Oriel's family and save the planet from ultimate destruction.


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The contraption goes up in the air, and for the first time this year Henry Edwards rides the sky. “The balloon keeps going up like that until we get to the sky’s limit, Grandpa?” the young boy inquires.

“No,” Oriel replies, “the sky is a place where the stars do live. We’re staying below them.


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The Lost Poet of Woodlawn

by S. Sullivan

Introduction by Squire Shaun Vain


Welcome to a Universe Where Poetic Liberty Reigns Supreme.

We've left the bounds of our own world to enter the ether that brings us to the epic tale of a poet living in the future. Not too many people know what the cracks in our uni-verse look like, and yet, this lost poet is one of many (and many of us all) who dares to look into the confines within the gaps between life.


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The Lost Poet of Woodlawn is being called a strange, deep, thoughtful approach to modern poetic storytelling. This fictional found text serves as the author's first published novel. Perhaps time will tell us whether this book will become a classic. While that waits to be determined, for years after this publication, we'll witness this writer's body of work grow to a definable collection of truly creative literary works.

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After traveling the world and writing a series of detective novels and developing a few works for the future, Shaun Vain approached Future Publishing with The Lost Poet of Woodlawn, calling it a found text.

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SEVEN

Permanent Parking at Sherwood's Lot

Galena, IL. April 15, 20—
My muse loves when I show up broken and stumbling.
Shortness of breath, my own, lends to every word I write.
It’s as pure and easy to me as the breeze
That draws near hair to stick to brow.
She sighs in relief because I brought the broken soul of my own to her
Instead of living happy and dumb:

I’m damned by all for harvesting
what none want to take from.
Our core, and the lady of
words gifts the righteous ones
for me.
And I pass them to you.
H e r e —

— Shane Sullivan

Well you’re not going to have anywhere to go tonight, Shane,” says the postman after we tried to move the tree, but it wouldn’t budge from the truck.

I guffawed and said I’d walk to town. “When daylight comes back I’ll purchase a chainsaw to remove the son-of-a-bitch.”

His lips were flapping grotesquely with racial slurs about his neighbors who might’ve been African, but there’s no way of telling, for he likely fantasized that I would feel some shallow form of nepotism for him after he blamed them for growing the tree that fell on my truck, but I couldn’t fall for the geasa this marauder offered. No. I looked closer to see that this very tree had been tampered with, perhaps earlier in the day, for just below the tree that fell is a deep gash in the bark that has green around its edges.

“I hate a tree to grow so close to my house. Sorry you had to get the brunt of its fall, but perhaps you’ll stay until we get your truck unstuck.”

The postman brought out an axe, but I wouldn’t accept help, nor would I swing at my old Ranger. He put the axe away and went to make dinner, while I studied the way the tree laid on the hood and pinned my truck down flat to the ground. The glass from the pass-enger window kept crackling and chattering in conversation with itself. Nature had brought me into the world, and it has caused my mother’s father to run off and leave my mother to grow up without a dad, but nature hadn’t had enough apparently.

Gravity thinks it will keep the lock closed on my stay this night. Surely that old scoundrel didn’t feel right telling me to get on down the road with my transportation paused on his lot. He had assured me that it was an act of God, but I could tell right away he had taken a chunk away from the tree before I got there.

When he saw how I examined the bark of the fallen tree, where it had been removed through force and left to fall on its own, onto my truck—that’s when he spoke up. “You can sit for dinner and stay tonight if you’d like.”

I stressed how it appeared that I had no choice in the matter, and I doubt that he missed sensing how I was near weeping by the stinging look about my eyes. I sat next to the scene, and now I write about what I had been putting off writing all day. I drove to see that scoundrel, and left behind everyone who cared for me. And now I’ve lost the only thing that had worked right. I lost everything when that tree fell. I’ve given up so much, but now my situation is ruined.

It all started when I didn’t feel like writing anymore articles for Miss Kirkpatrick. I wanted to help save the farms, instead of helping the big chemical companies push poison on us all. “There’s no better place to grow,” I think, and I write:

Growing from the soil,
the hedgehog’s life is
full of dirt—

But mine, unlike the Bard’s mortal coil, cannot get the right word out about the tiny character I’ve crafted. Jay Hedges, my hedgehog cartoon, my most notorious character. He drinks all the wine, eats strawberries without permission, and helps everyone get over the machines being the new farmers.

But out from the dust where the tree is firmly rooted sprouts a plant worthy of measurement, but no carpenter could produce tape firm enough nor rule long enough to chart it before it grows twice the height of the old tree. “I see you’re writing about the forgotten farm,” says a voice that stops me before I can finish with the first stanza of my poem. I don’t feel worthy of talking to a tree tonight, and I don’t think there is any use in trying to get the old postman to cooperate in corroborating the strange occurrence, so I go back to writing.

“The forgotten farm could use a visit,” says the persistent voice.

“I don’t know who you are, or where you are,” I say finally.

“Come around,” says the voice, so I move around the base of the newly grown trunk. I am half-expecting to see a local nitwit playing tricks on me. Yet, there in the bark of the tree protrudes a speaking mouth and eyes creeping in from both sides.

“You’re going to need to take a ride out of here before sunrise if you’re going to make any change,” says the face in the tree.

“Change?” I ask. “What do you know? You’re just a face on a tree that sprouted up today.”

“I am in tune with nature better than you can imagine,” says the face. “I know your poetry is going to influence the stakeholders at Forgotten Farms, and you aren’t going to write it the right way, unless you leave here before sunrise tomorrow.”

The problem with my truck being crushed no longer seems so large to me. In this moment, looking at the face of a man ingrained in the wood—I suppose it’s a man’s face, because it sounds like a man, but there isn’t much of a mustache or jaw like a man usually has. Well, I suppose the magically growing tree might be right about getting on down the road, so I leave my truck there where it sits.

On my way out, I smell the air. The old postman is cooking breakfast for dinner, I suppose. I bail on confronting him again. He can keep my truck.


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The following excerpt is taken from To You & Me & the Ocean by Melanie Coffey:

LORE: (holding up her cup) To the sun. To everything she’s given us. Food and warmth and a little extra time.

SAOIRSE: Hear, hear! (grabbing the bottle) To the earth!

LORE: To the earth!

SAOIRSE: And the days we have left.

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Readers should prepare to dissect themes, genres, and concepts that are crucial to the evolution of theatre in the American culture.

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Matt Brown is a playwright from Arbutus, Maryland, who spends most of his time writing and raising his child.Barbara Bryan was a finalist for the O’Neill National Playwrights Conference, and she participated in the Kennedy Center Summer Playwriting Intensive. She is a graduate of Trinity College, Washington, DC.Melanie Coffey’s work in exploring female characters in theater, television, and film has been performed, read, and/or screened in NYC, Chicago, San Diego, LA, Connecticut, and London.John Joseph Enright is a playwright and poet from the south side of Chicago. He's the author of Starbound And Other Poems and More Fire and Other Poems.Dylan Kinnett is a writer, and the founding editor of Infinity's Kitchen; his work blends literary practice with new media, hypertext, and theater. He is the author of Litanies and Reiterations.Emma S. Rund's play for this anthology was the winner of the Hive Collaborative's 10-minute play competition. She developed pieces with Chicago Dramatists, Women’s Theatre Alliance, and others.Alexander Scally works with Submersive Collective. His one-man show, Building Your Emotional Home, was featured in Charm City Fringe Festival. He produces shows with his wife, Caitlin Bouxsein, as BOUXSCAL Productions.Cameron Sheppard, a Chicago-based writer and actor, develops and presents plays in conjunction with The Women’s Theatre Alliance of Chicago and Loyola University Chicago. She will receive her Bachelor’s in English in May.Andre Thespies is a thespian playwright who writes satiric plays for the stage, and he’s always looking for ways to improve his comprehension of the depths of the human spirit.
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The Fable of a Playwright & Four Giants of the Modern World

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Everyone on Earth has been wondering what happened to famous playwright Andre Thespies. In this exciting fable, we follow documentarians, detectives, and mysterious creatures to another side of our dimension. In a land of giants, Andre Thespies has returned to his home to introduce his beloved fiance to his family. Giants make trouble for Andre's Family. He must choose between saving his loved ones and being with his Queen. Do you want to hear the fable?


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"By the time you find this, everything that went wrong in the world will have already fixed itself. Of course that’s an overstatement. Greed will still haunt the hearts of plunderers. Hate will still rob the minds of wicked destroyers. Faithlessness will still wrought the souls of the weak. Luckily for us all, we’re more accustomed to the evils than we think. We’ve grown a thick skin to keep from shedding too many tears, for too much sorrow will only bring more sorrow, and forgetting your troubles is the quickest way to find happiness. The reversal that will have occurred by the time you read this is an astract prevention that has been done to keep all the water in our cosmic oversoul from depleting from its eternal reservoir.

After the relic I found and gave to the world in the form of the found text written by Shane Sullivan, the future poet from Woodlawn, was met with an abysmal mood, unbelievers knocked at the door of anyone that championed Sullivan’s manuscript, for people didn’t believe the book by a poet from the future could be sent back, and I had no way of proving how time travel among the ether does exist, until the ballad of Andre Thespies unraveled before my very eyes."
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This epic fable is broken into four parts, in which we meet a new giant who stands in the way of our hero and his dreams. As Andre transverses the boundaries between our side of this dimension and his homeland, we're witness to the boundaries of the heart.

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After traveling the world and writing a series of detective novels and developing a few works for the future, Shaun Vain approached Future Publishing Service with The Lost Poet of Woodlawn, calling it a found text.

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Volume I: Theatre

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TOTAL: $16.46

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Volume I: Theatre

Retail Price: $18.99
Discount: 45%
Price per book: $10.45
Quantity: X2
Shipping: $5.00
Subtotal: $25.90

Taxes: $1.25
Fees: $0.54

TOTAL: $27.70

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Due to the nature of the holiday season, shipping times will vary.

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This offer may not be combined with any other discount.

Free shipping within 48 continental states. To ship outside these areas, contact the publisher.

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Volume I: Theatre

Retail Price: $18.99
Discount: 45%
Price per book: $10.45
Quantity: X3
Shipping: $5.00
Subtotal: $36.35

Taxes: $1.88
Fees: $0.70

TOTAL: $38.94

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Due to the nature of the holiday season, shipping times will vary.

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This offer may not be combined with any other discount.

Free shipping within 48 continental states. To ship outside these areas, contact the publisher.

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Volume I: Theatre

Retail Price: $18.99
Discount: 45%
Price per book: $10.45
Quantity: X5
Shipping: $6.50
Subtotal: $58.75

Taxes: $3.14
Fees: $1.05

TOTAL: $62.94

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Due to the nature of the holiday season, shipping times will vary.

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This offer may not be combined with any other discount.

Free shipping within 48 continental states. To ship outside these areas, contact the publisher.

If you have questions or concerns, contact sales@futurepublishinghouse.com

— Thank you for your business!


Volume I: Theatre

Retail Price: $18.99
Discount: 45%
Price per book: $10.45
Quantity: X10
Shipping: $9.10
Subtotal: $113.60

Taxes: $6.27
Fees: $1.89

TOTAL: $121.76

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Due to the nature of the holiday season, shipping times will vary.

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This offer may not be combined with any other discount.

Free shipping within 48 continental states. To ship outside these areas, contact the publisher.

If you have questions or concerns, contact sales@futurepublishinghouse.com

— Thank you for your business!


Volume I: Theatre

Retail Price: $18.99
Discount: 45%
Price per book: $10.45
Quantity: X20
Shipping: $16.84
Subtotal: $226.84

Taxes: $12.54
Fees: $3.61

TOTAL: $241.99

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Due to the nature of the holiday season, shipping times will vary.

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This offer may not be combined with any other discount.

Free shipping within 48 continental states. To ship outside these areas, contact the publisher.

If you have questions or concerns, contact sales@futurepublishinghouse.com

— Thank you for your business!


Volume I: Theatre

Retail Price: $18.99
Discount: 45%
Price per book: $10.45
Quantity: X30
Shipping: $18.54
Subtotal: $332.04

Taxes: $18.81
Fees: $5.24

TOTAL: $356.09

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Due to the nature of the holiday season, shipping times will vary.

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This offer may not be combined with any other discount.

Free shipping within 48 continental states. To ship outside these areas, contact the publisher.

If you have questions or concerns, contact sales@futurepublishinghouse.com

— Thank you for your business!


Volume I: Theatre

Retail Price: $18.99
Discount: 45%
Price per book: $10.45
Quantity: X50
Shipping: $43.19
Subtotal: $565.69

Taxes: $31.35
Fees: $8.81

TOTAL: $605.85

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Due to the nature of the holiday season, shipping times will vary.

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This offer may not be combined with any other discount.

Free shipping within 48 continental states. To ship outside these areas, contact the publisher.

If you have questions or concerns, contact sales@futurepublishinghouse.com

— Thank you for your business!


Volume I: Theatre

Retail Price: $18.99
Discount: 45%
Price per book: $10.45
Quantity: X100
Shipping: $79.88
Subtotal: $1,124.88

Taxes: $62.70
Fees: $17.37

TOTAL: $1,204.95

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Due to the nature of the holiday season, shipping times will vary.

Find out more about this exciting new book.


This offer may not be combined with any other discount.

Free shipping within 48 continental states. To ship outside these areas, contact the publisher.

If you have questions or concerns, contact sales@futurepublishinghouse.com

— Thank you for your business!

© Future Publishing House. Circa 2019. All rights reserved.