Blue Coyote Motel is a suspense filled thriller about six travelers who spend the night at a remote California desert motel. Each of them leaves the next morning "feeling good" but unaware that they have inadvertently become addicted to a gaseous drug piped into their rooms. Jeffrey, the owner of the motel, is a scientist who was recently fired by a prestigious Southern California drug manufacturer for giving an anti-aging hormone he discovered to his beautiful Latina wife. Spinning slowly into the depts of insanity, he decides to test the effectiveness of another of his drug discoveries on unsuspecting motel guests. He calls the drug "Freedom" because it frees people from depression, anger, stress, grief, and aggression. Jeffrey has grandiose plans to make Freedom available throughout the world in order to bring about peace and harmony, but instead it causes grief and chaos in the lives of the motel guests. The cast of characters includes a defrocked priest, a Native American pediatrician, a wealthy widow, a Brazilian couple who owns gold mines and a sales man intent on finding himself. Blue Coyote Motel presents an engaging look at the human frailties present in all of us.