Once upon a time in the far away island nation of Xonira, Dillon was instrumental in halting a bloody revolution and handing the reins of power over to Lord Chancellor C’jai. Now, a mysterious group of international businessmen contact Dillon with evidence that Dillon’s old friend, the Lord Chancellor C’jai, is engaging in high seas piracy
in the oceans surrounding Xonira. In order to discover the truth behind the matter, Dillon decides to fight fire with fire and assembles a motley crew of rogues and cutthroats aboard the diesel-powered submarine, Morgan Adams, and sails for Xonira.
In Xonira, it seems, beautiful women, traitors, and tyrants are in no short supply, and Dillon’s less than triumphant return is is marked by a cascade of bullets, bombs, and blood!
It’s another epic outing for Dillon and friends, and I’ve yet to be disappointed. Derrick Ferguson has crafted a New Pulp character who has not only staying power, but crossover potential as well, meaning that even folks who don’t get into pulp could appreciate the series as much as diehard fans of the genre.
-Don Gates, author of Challenger Storm: Isle of Blood