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Pro Se Presents 3-The Hunter Island Adventure Paperback – October 5, 2011
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With their "Pro Se Presents" of monthly 'magazines', they go back to their roots. This time, its with a smaller format (more digest size), smaller in length, and an improvement in design (IMO).
This is the third issue of Pro Se Presents, and this time we have just 1 story. And it's one that some of us (myself included) have been looking forward to, but was expected it to be published by the author.
This volume has Wayne Reinagel's long awaited "Hunter Island Adventure", which was promised a couple of years ago and was released in e-format a few months back. Most expected that Wayne would publish it thru his own Knightraven Studios, as this is part of his overall "Infinite Horizons" stories. Wayne is known for huge epic new pulp works, of which he has 3 out so far. This one is a short Pam Titan novella. For those not aware, it stars the distaff characters of Wayne's, all based on classic pulp characters.
There is Pam Titan, based on Doc Savage's cousin Pat Savage; Cassandra Greyson, based on Avenger's aide Nellie Gray (and hinted to be possibly Tarzan's daughter); Whitney Van Pelt, based on the Spider's 'girl friend' Nita Van Sloan; and Megan Meriwether, based on the Shadow's 'girl friend' Margo Lane.
Here they have their own adventures without the boys, set on Hunter Island. This island is the location of the classic story (novel and movie) "The Most Dangerous Game", in which crazed russian Count Zarkov hunts shipwrecked sailors. The island is now controlled by others, who are this time hunting criminals who got away with their crime. They are led by the son of Lord Roxton, the character from Doyle's "The Lost World". As is usual in Wayne work, you wonder who among the other characters are based on other literary characters.
A fun, if short, work with these characters.
I look forward to future edition of this series, as well as Wayne's other works.