Overview

Welcome to Uchronic Tales

THE ZEPPELIN
This first Uchronic Tale features a young American airman caught up in a conspiracy that threatens to turn the tide of the Great War. Reich Zeppelins have been bombing London mercilessly, but the night one of them takes a strange detour could turn the tide of the war. The Germans have kidnapped a ...
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Uchronic Tales: The Zeppelin

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Overview

Welcome to Uchronic Tales

THE ZEPPELIN
This first Uchronic Tale features a young American airman caught up in a conspiracy that threatens to turn the tide of the Great War. Reich Zeppelins have been bombing London mercilessly, but the night one of them takes a strange detour could turn the tide of the war. The Germans have kidnapped a mysterious passenger and it is up to Clark Tyler and a band of elite commandos to stop the massive airship Eisern Feist from returning her secrets to the Fatherland.

The Zeppelin is the debut release from The Uchronic Press. This action-packed 18,000 word novella features the premiere appearance of Clark Tyler, a man that trouble seems to find. Or perhaps he is just good at finding it.

In the months ahead, danger will put Clark in a number of Uchronic Tales. Look for tales of old Hollywood, earth-shattering danger, lost civilizations, and bizarre visitors from the unknown aether.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940014041294
  • Publisher: Uchronic Press
  • Publication date: 1/21/2012
  • Series: Uchronic Tales, #1
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 1,099,962
  • File size: 735 KB

Meet the Author

W. Peter Miller is a film editor and author living in Southern California. Recent works include “The Studio Specter” in Green Lama Vol. One - available from Airship 27 and Indy Planet. Ancient work includes “The AADA Road Atlas and Survival Guide: The West Coast” from Steve Jackson Games.
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