Capt. Gideon Argo and The Flying Zombies vs. THE LOST LEMURIANS

Capt. Gideon Argo and The Flying Zombies vs. THE LOST LEMURIANS

by Tony Simmons

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Overview

Japan, 1933:

Rushing to supply humanitarian aid in the wake of a deadly tsunami, Capt. Gideon Argo and his intrepid crew, The Flying Zombies, discover lizard-like creatures preying upon the survivors.

Joined by the infamous adventuress Lady Dominique Menou, the team journeys to the shores of lost R'lyeh, home of a sunken civilization that predates humanity and has just been raised from the bottom of the ocean.

Can the team drive back the armies of lizard-men and save the surface world from drowning under a planetary tidal wave - or is there something even more monstrous awaiting them behind the veil of darkness, deep inside the volcanic tunnels of timelost Lemuria?

Spinning out of events revealed in 2016's "Adventures in the Arcane" anthology from The Syndicate, this is the first official record of the paranormal exploits of Capt. Argo and his fearless crew.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781542656702
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 01/29/2017
Pages: 176
Product dimensions: 5.00(w) x 7.99(h) x 0.41(d)

About the Author

Tony Simmons is the author of the novels: Welcome to the Dawning of a New Century, The Book of Gabriel; and Dragon Rising; a collection of short stories and miscellany, The Best of Days; and a collection of his award-winning newspaper columns, Dazed and Raving in the Undercurrents. He edited the two-volume City Limits anthology for the Panama City Centennial; produced 33 Days, a collection of short fiction inspired by the songs of The Offer; and has had numerous short stories published in anthologies, including the original publication of portions of this novel in Adventures in the Arcane. His urban fantasy series, The Caliban Cycle, starts with Giants in the Earth and continues with And the Moon Made Blood. A third entry is due in 2017.

He lives in Panama City Beach, Florida, and works as a Digital Platform Manager, writer and editor with The News Herald and PanamaCity.com.

Learn more at Facebook.com/WriterTonySimmons

Follow him on Twitter and Instagram at @midnightonmars

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