The Death of Alan Chandler

The Death of Alan Chandler : A Screenplay

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A ROMANTIC COMEDY OF LOVE AND DIVORCE This screenplay is set in Bayonne, Alabama, a small town on the gulf coast. It is a harbor of fishing boats and private yachts. A tourist town whose waterfront is lined by shops and restaurants. When Jake Beauchamp returns to Bayonne after a four-year absent he finds, his best friend, Bobby Gordon is restlessly, married and wishing that his wife would go away. When Bobby tries to enlist Jake's aid in getting a painless divorce, the trouble begins. Jake, is a guy women love, but he's not letting anyone get close other than in bed. Julie Gordon is not sure who or what she wants but she made her bed and now she is willing to lie in it. Bobby's not doing maintenance on life, including his marriage. Down at the boatyard, Laurie knows what she wants and her eyes are set on Jake. Meanwhile, from behind the bar at her restaurant, Marie Guillard, who is older and wiser rides herd over these twenty-something more

Product details

  • Paperback | 160 pages
  • 152.4 x 228.6 x 9.4mm | 299.37g
  • Createspace
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 150762204X
  • 9781507622049

About MR Rich Foster

Rich Foster lives in Santa Barbara, California, with his wife, Elaine, and two grade school age sons. He was born and raised in the suburbs of Chicago. For the past thirty-five years he has resided on the west coast. In college, he wrote a column for the Wheaton College, Record. The administration did not appreciate his cynicism. Upon graduation he wanted to be a novelist. Unfortunately, lacking life experience, he found little to say. In preparing to be a writer he traveled to over forty-five countries, circling the globe twice. He spent two years running yachts in the Pacific, Atlantic, and Indian Oceans. In the intervening years he worked in counseling programs, land surveying, yachting, construction, and sales. These diverse experiences aided his literary efforts. In the late 1990's he shared an original script idea. A film director encouraged him to write the script. Nine hundred pages and countless revisions later, he had a 110-page finished script called Rochambeau. In the following years, Foster penned, another screenplay and five novels. His first novel, The Death of Alan Chandler was adapted from his second screenplay Rich Foster has five novels and one screenplay available at, and on Kindle Select The Death of Alan Chandler Cast the First Stone A story of revenge and recovery ADX PraxisA detective-spy thriller. Lasting Doubts, A second detective novel featuring Harry Grim. Morphine Dreams A fictional memoir Rochambeau - a screenplay Death of Alan Chandler in script format Currently he is working on: Fatal Chances A third Harry Grim novel. Visit him at: Blog Site: E-mail: richfosterbooks@gmail.comshow more