Hell's Womb (Lost DMB Files #22)

Hell's Womb (Lost DMB Files #22)

by David Mark Brown, Erin Mehlos
     
 
Before Aliens, there was Hell's Womb.

"I tried cutting the tension in this story with a knife before eventually resorting to a rusty chainsaw."

"More explosive than any of the Lost DMB Files thus far, Hell’s Womb provides an alternate explanation [for the disappearance of Thurber, Texas] completely scandalous and shocking in nature. As to its

Overview

Before Aliens, there was Hell's Womb.

"I tried cutting the tension in this story with a knife before eventually resorting to a rusty chainsaw."

"More explosive than any of the Lost DMB Files thus far, Hell’s Womb provides an alternate explanation [for the disappearance of Thurber, Texas] completely scandalous and shocking in nature. As to its historicity, I’ll let the reader decide." ~ Professor Jim Buckner

Four hundred feet below the surface of company-mining-town Thurber, Texas a dangerous experiment within a clandestine lab explodes. It turns out the handful of trapped minors and a mysterious, yellow-eyed scientist have more to worry about than fire damp and rock fall.

If the survivors can't uncover the cause of the explosion while containing the monstrous threat it has released, thousands of others will suffer an even worse fate.

"Put on your worst pair of underpants. Hell's Womb is just that scary."

Letter from the Editor:
The Truth in History Society (THS), commonly known as lost file conspiracists, have beat their drum for nearly a dozen years. I, like most, ignored them. Unlike most, I was kidnapped. While initially ticked off by this, not getting exploded (another story altogether) ultimately balanced the scales.

Since then I have rigorously set about curating and editing all known Lost DMB Files while maintaining as scientific of an approach to these pulpy stories as possible. Now I count myself among the zealous believers in their authenticity, not simply as pulp fiction, but as journalistic tales preserving historic fact.

My promise to the reader is to seek out these Lost DMB files and present them to you unabridged and unaltered from their original intent for as long as I am able. I also vow to do my best to allow you to draw your own conclusions as to their historical value and contemporary commentary. (I’ll refrain from my preachy tendencies as best I can!)

Finally, be forewarned. Becoming lost in these “lost files” and the world they reconstruct is difficult to resist. May what once was lost be found.

Professor Jim “Buck” Buckner

All known Lost DMB Files (including assumed gaps):
Reefer Ranger (#9)
Del Rio Con Amor (#14)
Fistful of Reefer (#17)
The Austin Job (#18)
Hell’s Womb (#22)
Get Doc Quick (#24)
McCutchen’s Bones (#25)
Twitch and Die! (#26)
Paraplegic Zombie Slayer (#35)
Fourth Horseman (#43)

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940014374668
Publisher:
David Mark Brown
Publication date:
05/22/2012
Series:
Lost DMB Files , #22
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
472 KB

Meet the Author

David has published non-fiction as well as novels, shorts and novellas within the Lost DMB Files universe. Feel free to google, poke, fan or like him, but do it fast before he's disappeared by the FBI. (After that all inquires will have to be sent through the Dept. of Homeland Security.)

Raised in Central Texas, David Mark Brown learned to ride horses at a young age. Then learned to hate them after a disastrous attempt to impress a girlfriend. He was five.

Turning instead to a life of poetry and prose he eventually migrated north to the University of Montana (the Berkeley of the Rockies) and became the Redneck Granola.

Falling in love with a chainsaw wielding mountain woman forced him to reconsider his chosen career path--Hemingway on a sailboat. Instead he illuminated the path of life to college students as a spiritual guide for over a dozen years while his wife (now a pharmacist) squirreled away enough acorns for David to embrace the sultry world of commercial fiction.

After legally snatching a little Vietnamese boy and creating another son via more natural means the happy family settled in Idaho. David still rides horses, but only in black and never for fun.

Enjoy the show!

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