Awesome Tales #2: Der Fuerer Mabuse

World War II, hardboiled cops, and a band of amateur ghost-hunters! Awesome Tales returns with a new spine-tingler by R. Allen Leider -- "Der Feurher Mabuse," documents a heretofore unchronicled exploit of Dr. Mabuse, the legendary super-criminal from novels and silent films! Is the mind of Dr. Mabuse pulling the nefarious strings in Hitler's plans? More

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Published by Bold Venture Press
Words: 20,330
Language: English
ISBN: 9781370286799
About R. Allen Leider

Film reviewer/screenwriter R. Allen Leider began his career in 1970 at CBS news as copy boy for The Walter Cronkite News. In 1973, he became features writer for The Monster Times and went on to work at Show, Celebrity and Glitter magazines and other international publications. In 1984, he created the original story and screenplay for The Oracle (1985), and hosted his own radio show, Cinemascene, on WWFM for five years.
He has contributed many short stories for the anthologies, Dark Furies, Hear Them Roar, Crypto-Critters I, Bad Ass Faeries I, and Barbarians at the Jumpgate and The Walrii Project. In 2004, he was co-writer of The Field Guide to Monsters and The Field Guide to Aliens. Presently, he writes and edits the online Black Cat Review. He edits Awesome Tales, a pulp-fiction mini-magazine, and the Wicca Girl-based anthologies The Hellfire Lounge.
The first outline for the Wicca Girl project was written in 1961 in high school English class. His photojournalistic work has been syndicated worldwide. He lives in Manhattan with wife Barbara, a professional photographer, and an assortment of Egyptian feline gods.

About the Series: Awesome Tales
Awesome Tales is a thrilling new publication featuring new stories of the venerated pulp heroes and heroines -- and modern tales told with the sensibilities of the grand pulp magazines. This is the publication in which to seek solace from the present-day "politically-correct" brainwashing that soils our great nations. Awesome Tales presents fiction where men are men, and wrong is wrong, and bad guys are punished.

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