Dillon and The Last Rail To Khusra

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When Dillon gets caught up in the revolution of a North African country he had no idea it would lead to him being hired as the bodyguard of Princess Salena and taking THE LAST RAIL TO KHUSRA on an adventure full of danger, thrills and treachery!

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About Derrick Ferguson

Much like removing a band aid I suppose the best way to get through this is to rip it off as quickly as possible, accept the pain and move on. I'm really not all that good at talking about myself and can't imagine why anybody would be interested in the extraordinarily quiet life I live but...

My name is Derrick Ferguson and I'm from Brooklyn, New York where I have lived for most of my still young life. Been married for 28 years to the wonderful Patricia Cabbagestalk-Ferguson who lets me get away with far more than is good for me.

My interests include radio/audio drama, Classic Pulp from the 30's/40's/50's and New Pulp being written today, Marvel/DC fan fiction, Star Trek in particular and all Science Fiction in general, animation, television, movies, cooking, loooooong road trips and casual gaming on the Xbox 360.

Running a close second with writing as an obsession is my love of movies. I'm currently the co-host of the BETTER IN THE DARK podcast where my partner Thomas Deja and I rant and rave about movies on a bi-weekly basis.

I'm also a rotating co-host of the PULPED! podcast along with Tommy Hancock, Ron Fortier and Barry Reese where we interview writers of the New Pulp Movement as well as discuss the various themes, topics, ebb and flow of what New Pulp is and why you should be reading it.

That’s it for now. Anything else you wanna know, just ask!

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Review by: Josh Reynolds on Feb. 8, 2014 :
Dillon's latest adventure and one of his best, in my opinion. Once again, Derrick Ferguson shows why he's one of the leading lights of the new pulp renaissance with this action-packed story--it's got it all: dastardly villains, engaging characters, a stunning, almost cinematic backdrop, and an adrenaline-fueled pace that doesn't let up until the last page. Highly recommended reading!
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