Who can confront the great mystery of The Sun Fortress? A man who doesn't need a license to kill. A man who is the weapon of last resort. When they've run out of options, they call him back. No debates, no hand wringing, just get it done. That man is Maxim Gunn! Maxim Gunn: The Sun Fortress by Nicholas Boving. From Pro Se Productions.
Some agents may have a license to kill, but Maxim Gunn doesn't need one. Gunn is the weapon of last resort. When they've run out of options, they call him back. No debates, no hand wringing, just get it done. And he does. Find out in Maxim Gunn: The Chaos Project by Nicholas Boving from Pro Se Productions.
Think about the dark realms, the hidden corners, the places where things lurk, things that live only in our imaginations, things that just should not be. Think about priceless jewels with unearthly powers, demons controlled by computers and psychotic madmen who want to rule the world. Think about a man who walks into trouble and says, "Into battle, murder, and sudden death, good Lord, deliver me, right up to the neck."
Think about a man: suave, hard, devil-may-care, ex-agent, the best that ever was. Call him Maxim Gunn. And then think about the evil that such a man could face, the group that could move against the truest heroes. That is the nemesis Maxim Gunn faces in Maxim Gunn: The Serpent Force by Nicholas Boving.
Suave, hard, devil-may-care, an ex-agent, the best that ever was. That man is...Maxim Gunn. Gunn faces off against his greatest mystery in Maxim Gunn: The Stolen Waters by Nicholas Boving. From Pro Se Productions.