By now, thanks to the relentless huckstering of myself and Tommy Hancock you should know all about THE ADVENTURES OF FORTUNE McCALL. It’s a special book in a lot of ways. I’ve written other stuff for Pro Se previous to this but this one here is a major deal.
For one, it’s my contribution to The Sovereign City Project which so far has been represented by Barry Reese and Lazarus Gray. And represented quite well, if I may say so. Tommy’s Doc Daye is waiting in the wings for his turn in the spotlight and if plans go the way they’re supposed to, there will be an epic crossover featuring all three characters in one dynamite story. When that will happen I can’t say as yet but rest assured that when I know, you’ll know.
So what stories are between the covers of THE ADVENTURES OF FORTUNE McCALL? I thought you’d never ask. Attend:
“The Scarlet Courtesan of Sovereign City” introduces Fortune McCall and his cohorts to Sovereign City and vice versa as Fortune searches the city, hunting for a beautiful friend of his who is working for the British government. This friend has run afoul of some unsavory characters who are up to some decidedly dangerous business.
“The Day of The Silent Death” has Fortune trying to track down a killer who possesses a method of killing hundreds, possibly thousands within seconds without a sound or warning.
“The Magic of Madness” involves a husband and wife team of magicians who have incurred the wrath of a secret society and only Fortune McCall has a chance of saving them.
“The Gold of Box 850” has Fortune McCall once again getting caught up in British espionage. But this time he’s got a reason; five million dollars’ worth of gold is up for grabs. Unfortunately, he’s not the only one looking for it.
And I have to bring your attention to the simply stunning design work done by Sean E. Ali, Pro Se’s Art Director. So far I’ve been blessed with truly amazing artwork on the covers of my books but the cover of THE ADVENTURES OF FORTUNE McCALL is on another level altogether. He designed it and the actual cover was done by David L. Russell based on an illustration done by Peter Cooper. Here, take a look for yourself:
THE ADVENTURES OF FORTUNE MCCALL is available at www.amazon.com or through Pro Se’s site-www.prosepulp.com It's also available in various E-book formats from Smashwords.
Paperback: 158 pages
Publisher: Pro Se Press
So that’s enough of my beating you over the head about the book. I consider your arm to have been sufficiently twisted and I return it to you with my blessings.