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September, 1936 — When a famous adventurer goes missing, humble pulp-fiction writer Sid Friedman finds himself snared in a web of exotic intrigue... and otherworldly terror. With a rallying cry of “What would Doc Savage do,” Sid and his band of improbable heroes follow a trail of evil from the concrete canyons of New York to the hidden peaks of a fabled land. But with each step, they fall deeper into the clutches of the greatest fiend since Fu Manchu himself!

Inspired by the fantastic pulp-magazine adventures of the era, "Dragon in the Snow" is a tongue-in-cheek blend of two-fisted action, wry humor and old-school science fiction featuring a ragtag bunch of heroes, exotic locales and an unforgettable villain.

COMMENTS FROM READERS OF THE FIRST EDITION...

-- "Loved it. Loved it. LOVED it. What a fun romp."

-- "What a great adventure. Double-fisted action on the roof of the world! This would make a great movie."

-- "This is NOT an easy book to put down."

-- "I read the second half in one marathon session on a rainy Saturday afternoon. I just had to know what happened next."

-- "The book is great, full of action and humor and character and 1930s flavor."

-- "I have ten pages left to read and the suspense is KILLING ME!!!"

-- "Doc Savage would be proud!"

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About the Author

Forrest Bryant
fojazz California

Forrest Dylan Bryant lives in the San Francisco Bay Area with his wonderful wife and their crazy cat.

Publish Date  October 08, 2011

Dimensions  Pocket  250 pgs Black and White printing (on cream uncoated paper)

Category  Science Fiction & Fantasy

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