A desperate televangelist's search for the donor of a stolen check leads him through the darker corners of the human experience.
Superstar televangelist Jeremiah Jackson is emotionally and spiritually shredded, having spent the last decade walking the razor-wire tightrope separating the church's divine connection and it's practical need for money.
When he learns of a stolen check among the church donations, Jackson is convinced that finding and helping the donor is the key to his spiritual renewal. He enlists the aid of undercover narcotics officer Walter Sano, unaware that Sano's despondency may very well exceed his own.
Sano soon develops his own private reasons for finding the donor--reasons that conflict with Jackson's.
On a search spanning the backwoods of Mississippi, the grimy glamour of Los Angeles, and the 24-hour glow of "Sin City," the pair experience a series of increasingly dangerous situations, crossing the paths of bounty hunters, an ex-con journalist, a pentitent pornographer, a motorcycle gang, and Vegas-based mobsters.
"God's Checking Account" is complete at approximately 100,000 words.