When England's greatest hero is summoned to the estate of Aleister Crowley, he is expecting a leisurely evening of tale-telling with the assembled guests, among whom number Rudyard Kipling and Harry Houdini. But the evening will turn out to include kidnapping, murder, and blood sacrifice! Based on a true story. More
The Great White Lion is back! Though Mason Queensbury was once one of the most famous men on earth (he was reportedly the model on which both Tarzan and Indiana Jones were based) he’s been nearly completely forgotten by today’s public. “Mason Queensbury in the Parlour of the Occult” is the first new story featuring Victorian England’s Greatest Hero in over fifty years. The story, which tells the incredible tale of a visit by Queensbury and his faithful valet Pup-pup to the palatial country estate of the young occultist Aleister Crowley, contains all the elements the classic Queensbury books were well known for: suspense, action, frightening villains, a touch of the supernatural, and, of course, a great hero, the always-impeccable Englishman, Lord Mason Queensbury, the Earl of Daring. Experience the thrill of savage battle along with Queen Victoria’s chief adventurer as he protects the God-fearing people of England from the dark magic of Aleister Crowley!
Patrick Casey is a screenwriter, comedian, actor and author. He lives in Hollywood California and his film credits include "National Lampoon's Dorm Daze," "Gamebox 1.0," "Shotgun Wedding," and the Fox animated series "Golan the Insatiable."