Dillon and the Voice of Odin by Derrick L. Ferguson

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ODIN is only a whispered name, rumored to belong to a genius in the art of death and destruction. With a lethal cadre of global agents and mastery of The Voice of Odin, a devastating force unlike anything the world has ever seen, the unseen mastermind hunts for a single talisman so that he can begin his assault against the hopes and dreams of the free world. As his agents race around the globe searching for this talisman, they encounter the last man in the world they wanted to face.And DILLON and ODIN soon find themselves locked in a struggle to decide the fate of the Earth itself!

About Derrick L. Ferguson

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Percival Constantine is proud to be part of the New Pulp movement as an author, editor, and book formatter. Born and raised in the Chicago area, Percival has a Bachelor of Arts in English and Mass Media from Northeastern Illinois University and currently lives in Japan's Kagoshima prefecture, where he also works as a literature and writing instructor. His first book, Fallen, was published in 2007 and he has since written a number of other works for PulpWork Press, Pro Se Productions, Airship 27, and others. He's perhaps most well-known for two of his pulp series, Infernum and The Myth Hunter. Percival is also a contributor for WhatCulture and GaijinPot, as well as the Regional Partner for Kagoshima at JapanTravel. You can connect with Percival on Twitter at @PerConstantine, subscribe to his Facebook page, or follow him on Goodreads. His website is PercivalConstantine.com. Percival also hosts The Exploding Typewriter: Pulp Writers on Writing Pulp, a podcast featuring various New Pulp creators discussing their craft. He also co-hosts The Geek Screen podcast with John Bracich, where the two comment on movie and TV adaptations of comic books.
Published December 7, 2003 by iUniverse, Inc.. 178 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Action & Adventure, Literature & Fiction, Crime. Fiction

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