Carolina Stomp

The final instalment of Cryptid Clash!, “Inzignanin”, is now available from 18thWall Productions. Lee County Lizard Man versus Third-Eye Man, with mercenaries, scientists and Confederate zombies caught in the middle.

From the blurb:

It’s worse than Sevastopol.

Jesse Holmes had been hired to capture the Bishopville Lizard Man. The creature had been the town’s claim to fame, standing alongside such luminaries as 1945 Heisman Trophy winner, Felix ‘Doc’ Blanchard, and the bluesman, Drink Small. There’s only so much danger that can come out of town like that. Even more so, when you consider the Lizard Man’s mostly known for chewing on car bumpers.

But it’s nine feet tall, with nearly impervious scales. It’s from another age, in more ways than one–and ready for war.

That’s to say nothing of cryptozoological scientists, strip-mall lawyers, businessmen with ethereal connections, and a Civil War-era ghost pulling a city’s strings.

It’s far worse than Sevastopol.

Cryptid Clash! pits cryptozoological creatures against each other – and anyone unlucky enough to be caught in the middle – in a battle to the death. Edited by James Bojaciuk and Josh Reynolds, 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 “Inzignanin”, 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.