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Hazards: The Chronicles of Lucifer Jones 1934-1938
     

Hazards: The Chronicles of Lucifer Jones 1934-1938

by Mike Resnick
 

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After his Adventures in Africa, his Exploits in Asia, and his Encounters in Europe, everyone’s favorite man of the cloth is back to tell you about the Hazards he encounters in South America. They include the terrifying Island of Annoyed Souls, the discovery of the Lost Continent of Moo (spelled correctly for a change), a battle with safari ants that even

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After his Adventures in Africa, his Exploits in Asia, and his Encounters in Europe, everyone’s favorite man of the cloth is back to tell you about the Hazards he encounters in South America. They include the terrifying Island of Annoyed Souls, the discovery of the Lost Continent of Moo (spelled correctly for a change), a battle with safari ants that even Charlton Heston wouldn’t want any part of, and a pair of Bird Girls who live in matching Chartreuse Mansions.

You’ll meet some old friends such as Capturin’ Clyde Calhoun, old heartthrobs such the Scorpion Lady, old rivals such as Major Theodore Dobbins and Rupert Cornwall, an old nemesis (the remarkable Erich von Horst), a pair of naked high priestesses (or goddesses, take your choice), the sinister Dr. Mirbeau, the incredibly wealthy and incredibly undesirable Baroness Schimmelmetz, and a score of others–-including Bubbles, an anaconda with an attitude.

And making his way through these hazards is the irrepressible Right Reverend Honorable Doctor Lucifer Jones. So come along–you don’t want to miss the fun!

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781596063570
Publisher:
Subterranean Press
Publication date:
12/31/2010
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
280
File size:
981 KB

Meet the Author

Mike Resnick (1942) is an American science fiction author. He has the distinction of being nominated for 37 Hugo Awards, mostly in the category of "short stories", more than any other author. He was also executive editor of the online science fiction magazine Jim Baen's Universe. He is the father of award winning science fiction author Laura Resnick.

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