The Chronicles of Lucifer Jones by Mike Resnick

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The Chronicles of Lucifer Jones by Mike Resnick
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Being a Thrilling Chronicle of Romance, Danger, Spectacle, High Adventure, Narrow Escapes, and Uplifting Triumphs Over Sinister Villains and Mystic Mages in the Exotic Continent of the East, as Recounted by the Bold, Daring, Handsome and Modest Christian Gentleman Who Experienced Them.

Mike Resnick’s accomplishments (to date) include 64 novels, 21 collections, 40 anthologies, two screenplays and approximately 250 short stories—resulting in a couple of shelves of major awards (including five Hugos from 35 nominations and awards from various countries including Spain, France, Croatia and Japan).

Of all the characters that Mike has created, Lucifer Jones remains his favorite. We are proud to republish this hilarious series of adventures starring a most unique character.

2 books :

Adventures (The Chronicles of Lucifer Jones, 1922-1926)

Exploits: The Chronicles of Lucifer Jones Volume I — 1926-1931

Encounters: The Chronicles of Lucifer Jones Volume III — 1931-1934

 

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