A sequel to A Kentucky Colonel in King Arthur's Court
An evil spirit with a split personality (both wicked) sends Hal to a dimension predicated upon the jungle adventures of H. Rider Haggard and 1940’s pulps and jungle movies, where he encounters leopards, lions, cheetahs as well as a talking tyrannosaurus with bad breath, Shakespeare’s sprite Ariel from The Tempest, a centuries old witch, gorilla storm troopers, a mad Nazi scientist who hopes to turn a female gorilla into the new Mata Hari, and a tribe of hawk-men and their treacherous Oxford-educated high priest.
The Grave and the Figure Eight: A Myth Reborn
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