This place takes its stylistic cue from The Detective vs. The Slime Monster from Outer Space, a novel inspired by H.P. Lovecraft’s genre of horror fiction.

You can buy The Detective vs. The Slime Monster from Outer Space in trade paperback or as a Kindle eBook through Amazon.

What’s it all about? You can probably guess just from the title. But if you do need more information, here’s the synopsis.

1946. America is still waging war on the unbowed Japanese Empire. Stalin’s Russian troops menace Europe. The atomic age has not yet begun, held up by the machinations of a horror from beyond our world.

Far away from the war front, in a rat-infested office in downtown Boston, private detective Sam Rockford has hit bottom. The former FBI agent is the victim of a conspiracy he only half-remembers through the amnesia of shock therapy and hard liquor.

When a mysterious woman walks into Sam’s office, the investigator is thrust back into an ancient mystery. He teams up with the greatest minds of his era and they race against time, crossing continents to assemble a weapon to push back the supernatural threat. The heroes struggle to stay alive and retain their sanity, but a primordial evil lurks in the murky depths of the Pacific Ocean.

When the stars are right, humanity will face its oldest fear.

About the Author

Jonathon Narvey lives in Vancouver. He is the author of A History of The Middle Eastside and is Editor of The Propagandist, a magazine of political commentary. The rumors about him being a member of a secret cult based in the South Pacific are probably untrue.

Follow more of his latest adventures over at New Media

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