Project G and They Came from Beyond

Project G and They Came from Beyond

Project G and They Came from Beyond

Project G and They Came from Beyond



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Since the first incidents shortly after World War II, encounters with monsters in human form have grown increasingly common—and increasingly difficult for the authorities to keep under wraps. Governments around the world are struggling to decide on a response to the growing threat, even as they try to discover the monsters' obscure motives.

Tokyo, 1954. In William Leisner's Project G, production on a motion picture about a gigantic atomic-spawned monster is brought to a halt by sabotage. Was it the American government, trying to snuff out any negative depiction of its nuclear testing? Or was it otherworldly creatures at work, for reasons unknown? American reporter Rob Williams tries to uncover the story at the risk of having his own most deeply held secret exposed.

Minnesota, 1955. In Scott Pearson's They Came from Beyond, it's been ten years since a husband and wife were brutally murdered, their son, Jim, age nine, committed for the crime. But was a monster the real killer? Now Jim has been released, his memories blurred by years of psychiatric treatment and medication. To get to the bottom of the murders, former P.I. Henry Shaw is pulled back on the job by his old boss, Bob Neville. Shaw, who fled L.A. after his previous bloody encounters with the shape-shifting monsters, will have to face the ghosts of his past to find the truth.

Plus two bonus short stories set in the aftermath of They Came from Beyond: "The Creature in Jay Cooke Park" and "The Loneliness of Monsters."

Product Details

BN ID: 2940185978856
Publisher: Stuck in the Middle Press
Publication date: 01/22/2024
Series: Tales of the Weird World War , #2
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: eBook
File size: 5 MB

About the Author

William Leisner made his break into professional writing as a three-time winner of Pocket Books’ Star Trek: Strange New Worlds short story competition. He has since written several more tales in the Star Trek universe, plus an original mystery e-novella, A Dimension of Death, casting Gene Roddenberry and Rod Serling as murder investigators. He is currently shopping an original historical fantasy novel and plotting his next installment in the Weird World War universe. A native of Rochester, New York, he currently lives in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Online, he can be found as @wleisner on Mastodon and Bluesky, or as william.leisner on Instagram.

Scott Pearson is a full-time freelance writer and editor. He has published literary fiction, humor, urban fantasy, horror, mystery, and science fiction, including three Star Trek stories and two Trek novellas. He’s the copyeditor of the Trek novel line at Simon & Schuster and the canon editor of the Star Trek Adventures role-playing game. Scott and his wife, Sandra, split their time between St. Paul, Minnesota, and the wilds of northern Minnesota. He and his daughter, Ella, cohost the very occasional podcast Generations Geek. Visit Scott online at and He also blogs from time to time on his blog, Scott Pearson is Blogging (From Time to Time), at Follow him on Bluesky, Mastodon, and Spoutible as @scottpearson or on Instagram as @smichaelpearson. You can even find him on Facebook. But who has the time to post on all those? Even if copy-pasting? Not Scott.
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