DAVID DAKAN ALLISON
The Legend of Lucky Two Crows
Lucky Two Crows is a handsome 36 year-old Native American detective, who is passionate about saving the world, at least his Native Land. In Book One the main characters in the epic adventure are introduced, before and after Lucky's journey to Montana where he solves a murder.
His story is contained in a seven novel series, and also designed as a TV series.
Readers will love the feisty 29 year-old Portland Police detective Taylor Banks, and her retiring Aikido sensei Police Captain Jimmy Meriweather. Together with Lucky they travel halfway around the world in search of Robert St.Clair. He's the retired 80 yo recluse billionaire owner of Shambala Natural Foods. He has disappeared with three of his elderly friends, and the detectives must find him. Secretly Robert has agreed to pay Lucky $10 million. With this money Lucky will buy the necessary equipment to hack into the computers and steal billions of dollars from the Mega farm GMO companies, who are poisoning his people. The FBI is on to him with orders to kill.
This series is filled with colorful characters; a wise Grandfather, mountain creatures and Immortal Masters. There's lots of romance in exotic locations, flashbacks and so many amazing side stories. It could be filmed in Oregon and Montana, and will be an incredible star turn for whomever is cast to play Lucky and Taylor Banks.
“Longmire,” a murder mystery procedural starring a middle aged white Wyoming Sheriff, working alongside Cheyenne Indians, is about to enter its 7th year, proving there is a lot of interest in Native American stories. The Lucky series is more akin to “Outlander,” a continuing drama which deals with subjects such as parallel and simultaneous lives and multi-dimensions of reality. Each episode bursts at the seams with drama, intrigue, romance, and flashbacks to 1876, where the main characters’ Blackfeet parallel life selves are remotely viewing themselves in modern time.
We have never seen anything like the Legend of Lucky Two Crows in the history of film.
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