Sodom and Gomorrah on a Saturday Night
What would happen if human trafficking and other crimes were legalized as legitimate for-profit businesses? That’s the question at the core of this novella series, set in the New England region. Published by Running Wild Press in successive anthologies, these stories follow a diverse cast of characters across a variety of roles: former law enforcement, now employed by corporate interests; members of a secret underground rescue network; an illegal journalist; and more.
“Sodom and Gomorrah on a Saturday Night” follows two former police officers turned corporate security staff who, unable to solve the murder of a young girl, turn to unorthodox methods to locate her killer. Will they — can they — spark a revolution?
Sodom and Gomorrah’s sequel, “The Kings of Babylon“, is about Annika Pedersen, a free woman trying to rekindle a field of journalism that’s been decimated by fake news bots and manipulated coverage. On the road with “Sodom and Gomorrah”‘s Ray Trueman, Annika comes to terms with unresolved trauma that led her to where she is now.
Future sequels take place from the points of view of both enslaved laborers, working off their “debts to society,” and a rescued slave reintegrated undercover into society. Follow Running Wild Press for more news about these and other titles!