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My new Ki-Gor adventure now available in Jungle Tales Vol. 1
Please excuse the blatant promotional tone, but I think at least some folks here will be interested:
I'm contributing to this year's Tarzan Centennial with a novella in a new anthology: Jungle Tales, Volume 1, from new pulp publisher Airship 27, features three stories about popular jungle hero Ki-Gor. My story, "The Devil's Nest," finds our hero searching for a lost American heir, encoutering a lost tribe of warriors, and battling a squad of mercenaries hunting down the lost gold mines of Ophir, the source of King Solomon's gold.
This action-packed anthology also features stories by Aaron Smith and Peter Miller, a bold painted cover by Bryan Fowler, and interior illustrations by Kelly Everaert. The eBook version currently is available from Airship 27's Hangar, which you can reach this URL: