Bio: J.S. Bradford was born in the Midwest and drafted during the tumult of the late 60?s, where he served with the 218th M.P Company in Vietnam. After finishing law school, Bradford spent the next twenty-five years in law enforcement.
Bradford enjoys writing fiction that produces results when addressing the conflicts of life.
Creatures of the Covenant is a novel about the animal rights movement. Deacon Tremont, assisted by his girlfriend Clare and a burnt-out old hippie named Francis, establishes a no-kill sanctuary for animals in remote Utah. The sanctuary becomes known within the movement as the Furball Hotel. When Deacon launches his own undercover operation against the Institute for Dietary Freedom--a conglomerate which supplies meat products to fast food franchises--he runs up against an opponent who will stop a... more info>>
When Jackie Blue, a youthful street musician, checks into rehab, he exhibits signs of mental illness characterized by prior life experiences and time travel. While undergoing psychiatric treatment, Jackie hints that he is possession of the Holy Grail, which, for purposes of concealment, has been reconfigured into a trumpet. When Jackie plays the magical trumpet, the troubled souls within the clinic experience soothing, and, in some instances, miraculous relief. Is Jackie simply delusional; or, i... more info>>
When a grave robber offers to sell the bones of legendary Chief Crazy Horse to the highest bidder, Xavier DuBois, veteran Homeland Security investigator, steps in to make a bid of his own. Can the lost bones of Chief Crazy Horse be recovered? Will the man who looted his grave be brought to justice? Sensing what is at stake, Xavier takes on the "big case" that he hopes will establish his reputation only to face unforeseen obstacles that may destroy his career.