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The labors of Hercules Fitch : a play

Author: Mark D Kaufmann
Publisher: Woodstock, Ill. : Dramatic Publishing, 2006.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English
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A recent high school graduate, Hercules Fitch, has been drafted by the CIA. Originally plopped in the mailroom, he finds himself surprisingly assigned to a high-level case -- tracking down a notorious "Mr. X." Hercules is drawn into a complex web of underworld figures (a Chinese Zen master), adventurers (a female "Indiana Jones" and a former pirate turned nuclear submarine officer), and assassins (an elite Ninja  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Drama
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Mark D Kaufmann
ISBN: 1583423060 9781583423066
OCLC Number: 76829159
Notes: Comedy/drama in one act.
Description: 34 pages ; 19 cm
Responsibility: by Mark D. Kaufmann.

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A recent high school graduate, Hercules Fitch, has been drafted by the CIA. Originally plopped in the mailroom, he finds himself surprisingly assigned to a high-level case -- tracking down a notorious "Mr. X." Hercules is drawn into a complex web of underworld figures (a Chinese Zen master), adventurers (a female "Indiana Jones" and a former pirate turned nuclear submarine officer), and assassins (an elite Ninja killer), as he follows the trail of clues toward his mysterious nemesis. Meanwhile, he has to play surrogate father to his younger brother and sister.

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