Saturday, June 15, 2013

Into the Jungle Again

Today, I'm absolutely thrilled to announce the release of a book that includes my latest story. QUATERMAIN: THE NEW ADVENTURES includes a pair of novellas featuring one of the most famous adventure characters of the 19th century, H. Rider Haggard's Allan Quatermain!

Here's the official press release and the book's gorgeous cover.


Airship 27 Productions is extremely thrilled to announce the release of our newest pulp collection starring a classic adventure hero loved by millions.

British adventure writer H. Rider Haggard’s most popular fictional character was Allan Quatermain, the irascible African big game hunter.  As the hero of the classic KING SOLOMON’S MINES, Quatermain immediately fired up the imagination of readers across the world and created an instant demand for more of his adventures.

Now Airship 27 Productions answers that on-going demand by presenting two brand new Allan Quatermain novellas, each filled with plenty of suspense, action and exotic African locales.  When a French river boat pilot discovers elephant ivory suffused with gold, it sends the expert guide on a quest to find a fabled elephant’s graveyard to learn answer to the “GOLDEN IVORY” by Alan J. Porter.  

Next a na├»ve American lad follows Quatermain deep into the jungle to find eight missing English women only to uncover an ancient evil capable of possessing the bodies of its victims in Aaron Smith’s chilling “TEMPLE OF LOST SOULS.”

“We couldn’t ask for more fast paced, exciting yarns these two these,” beams Airship 27 Productions’ Managing Editor, Ron Fortier.  “The affection our writers hold for this character was obvious throughout their stories and we fully expect Quatermain fans to agree.  This is really old fashioned pulp fun.”

Here two are complete tales that will thrill veteran fans and introduce a whole new generation to one of the most famous adventure heroes of all time; H. Rider Haggard’s Allan Quatermain.

AIRSHIP 27 PRODUCTIONS – Pulps for a New Generation!

Now available from Amazon as a hard copy and soon on Kindle.

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