Setting tales in the past and telling them with a predominantly pulp flavor, these stories find action and adventure in the annals of yesterday for listeners today! Take a trip to the past with authors D. Alan Lewis, Teel James Glenn, and Mark Gelineau as they redefine high adventure and history! Action, adventure, espionage, mystery, and horror abound in tales of days gone by in this thrilling collection. Relive the past with extra pulp in Pro Se Production's High Adventure History.
Jasmine and Thyme Hawke are sisters and US Secret Service agents. While investigating what appears to be a simple train robbery along the troubled US/Mexican border, they uncover clues that suggest a larger conspiracy is afoot. An unknown force has discovered the resting place of a long-lost Confederate airship named Zeus. The Hawke Girls know that the aerial monstrosity carried the most powerful weapon ever built, a technology that has never been duplicated.
"I love Zeus!"
Thomas Laybourne, a tinker and weapons designer, finds the unconscious star girl and takes her back to his flat. Aided by his friend, Doctor Hunter, and a grumpy clothier named Mattie, he begins trying to determine who she is and why she has chosen the darkest days in human history to arrive.
Celeste is an airship like no other, completely automated, incredibly powerful, and hell-bent on the destruction of Washington, D.C., and the end of Abraham Lincoln's presidency. Anastasia Hawke, an agent for the newly formed Secret Service, and her young daughter are caught up in the chase to stop it. Enlisting the aid of the captain of the British Air Navy's flagship, they race across the Atlantic in a desperate attempt to prevent it from completing its function and prolonging the American Civil War.
"Hannes Fouche read this book"
With ultimate power, who is corrupted more? The good or the evil? At the start of the 20th century in the city of Port Victoria, three college students were given a formula that imbued them with incredible powers; strength, agility, and speed. Donning masks and capes, they took to the streets to fight crime and battle evil. Their tactics were effective but harsh, stacking up a body count larger than the mobs.