Currently, Chris Bradley is writing a historical fiction on the life of times of Jesus, Simon Peter, that studies Jesus from a humanist and secular point of view. It draws connections between the Jesus and other self-proclaimed messiahs, such as David Koresh and Sabbatai Levi.
Most recently, he has written a science-fiction neo-noir, Condotierri, which deals with issues of class and technology in an anarcho-capitalist future.
Other significant works include an screen adaptation of H.P. Lovecraft's classic novella "The Case of Charles Dexter Ward" and an original screenplay, "The Fall of Empire", which tells a noir tale of violence and corruption in the late Roman Empire.