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About the author:
Film reviewer/screenwriter R. Allen Leider (editor) began his career in 1970 as copy boy for "The CBS Evening News with Walter Cronkite." In 1973, he became features writer for "The Monster Times" and went on to work at "Show", "Celebrity", "Glitter", and other international publications. His photo-journalistic work has been syndicated worldwide. He lives in Manhattan with wife Barbara, a professional photographer. In 1984, he created the original story and screenplay for "The Oracle" (1985), and hosted his own radio show, "Cinemascene", on WWFM for five years. Presently, he writes and edits the online "Black Cat Review" magazine. His latest projects are "Wicca Girl", a magical fantasy action-adventure following 18 year old Maldonna Marie d'Lambert from her Medieval childhood thru her transformation to Witch Queen to her modern day assignments as a supernatural MI-6 agent ... and the "Hellfire Lounge" anthology series.

Awesome Tales #2

Der Fuehrer Mabuse

Authored by R. Allen Leider, KT Pinto, John L. French, C. J. Henderson
Illustrated by Ed Coutts
Cover design or artwork by Rich Harvey

World War II, hardboiled cops, and a band of amateur ghost-hunters! It's all here in Awesome Tales #2 !

Awesome Tales returns with a new spine-tingler by R. Allen Leider -- "Der Feurher Mabuse," documents a heretofore unchronicled exploit of Dr. Mabuse, the legendary super-criminal from novels and silent films! As World War II rages onward, the Nazi hierarchy begins questioning Hitler's judgment. Is the mind of Dr. Mabuse pulling the nefarious strings?

"The Last Redhead" (by John L. French) is a voluptuous foray into hardboiled fiction. Like Mabuse, this dishy dame is pulling the strings on a hitman, but she's using her luscious body as bait and payment! In "Cruelty" by C.J. Henderson, you'll follow a supernatural detective into a museum housing artifacts that draw the appreciation of an ancient evil.

Adding a touch of supernatural (and levity) to the festivities, KT Pinto's "Something Fishy This Way Comes" continues the exploits of amateur ghost-hunters. An abandoned fish cannery-turned-whorehouse-turned-blight becomes the backdrop and main set-piece for a hokey "ghost tour" -- until the ghosts decide to add some authenticity to the proceedings!

New illustrations by Ed Coutts. Cover design by Rich Harvey.

Publication Date:
1518743684 / 9781518743689
Page Count:
Binding Type:
US Trade Paper
Trim Size:
7" x 10"
Black and White with Bleed
Related Categories:
Fiction / Action & Adventure

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