A new entry in 18thWall Productions’ Cryptid Clash! series, edited by James Bojaciuk and myself, is now available. “The Himalayan Horror”, by C.L. Werner, finds yetis brawling with Nazis, as well as a devilish canine out of nightmare.
From the blurb:
In 1938, at Heinrich Himmler’s behest, the Schäfer’s Expedition entered Tibet. Ostensibly dispatched to create a “a complete biological record of Tibet,” the SS dispatched a second, smaller unit on a more important mission—to gain access to the secret city of Agartha, and return its magic to Nazi Germany.
But the city has its defenders. Unwilling, disruptive guides. Illusions. And great, shaggy ape-beasts with the strength of ten men and strange powers of their own.
But the yeti are not the only power in the mountains. One of the Germans has brought something with him, in his mind. Something that should have died in the no man’s land of the First World War…
Cryptid Clash! pits cryptozoological creatures against each other – and anyone unlucky enough to be caught in the middle – in a battle to the death. The series features horror, urban fantasy, and military sci-fi luminaries such as William Meikle, Gav Thorpe, David Annandale, C.L. Werner, and Nikki Nelson-Hicks.
Grab a copy of “The Himalayan Horror”, or the other entries in the series, from the publisher, or from Amazon, today. And if you enjoy it, be sure to leave a review on Amazon or Goodreads.