Pro Se Productions, a leader in Genre Fiction, proudly announces the latest novel from an author first published by Pro Se, the man who single handedly is credited by many for creating his own sub genre of New Pulp. Chuck Miller and his seminal creation, The Black Centipede, return for Miller’s latest foray into what has been termed by many as ‘Psychedelic Pulp’. Black Centipede Confidential is now available in print and digital format.
“Chuck Miller,” says Tommy Hancock, Partner in and Editor in Chief of Pro Se Productions, “may have one of the most singularly unique voices in New Pulp and Genre Fiction today. His mixing of fantastic fiction and historical fact, his control of dialogue and the way he literally gives each character their own style, and the limitless world that he has created, where anything could happen and nothing is literally as we know it, all of that makes everything he does one major trip. And The Black Centipede, clearly the character that has Chuck’s dark, twisted creative heart, is in top form in this latest work. Not only that, but Chuck deftly pulls off a series within a series as this novel is the second in Chuck’s Moriarty, Lord of the Vampires trilogy.”
The year is 1933. The place is Zenith, home of the mysterious Black Centipede. The sinister Professor James Moriarty comes calling, and he's brought a few friends with him: John Dillinger, Pretty Boy Floyd, Ma Barker, Bonnie and Clyde, the Bell Witch, the Loch Ness Monster, and the rest of the deadly Order of the Sunless Circle. Moriarty is looking for Jack the Ripper's Analytical Engine, and is prepared to destroy Zenith to find it.
But the Lord of the Vampires has reckoned without the Black Centipede, who rises to the challenge with a few friends of his own: F. Scott Fitzgerald, Amelia Earhart, J. Alfred Prufrock, Resurrection Mary, Doctor Unknown, Gregor Samsa, and the other stalwart members of the Invisible Round Table.
Where is the Analytical Engine? Who is the faceless assassin called Anonymoushka? Why does William Randolph Hearst want to fire Percival Doiley? What the heck is going on with Bloody Mary Jane Gallows? How can the Black Centipede possibly save the day?
The answers to these and many other questions can be found in Black Centipede Confidential, the second volume in Chuck Miller’s Moriarty, Lord of the Vampires trilogy and the wildest ride yet through the streets of Zenith and beyond. From Pro Se Productions.
Black Centipede Confidential features evocative cover art by David L. Russell, logo design and print formatting by Forrest Bryant , and eBook formatting by Russ Anderson. The latest novel featuring the first Hero of Psychedelic Pulp is available for $15.00 at Pro Se’s own store at http://tinyurl.com/o474e6r, or on Amazon at http://www.amazon.com/Black-Centipede-Confidential-Chuck-Miller/dp/1507689209/ref=la_B005WX2CKQ_1_10_title_1_pap?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1423051418&sr=1-10
and digitally for $2.99 for the Kindle at http://tinyurl.com/k9o776d and for most formats at http://tinyurl.com/nk7tdz8.
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