I loved this story. I’m a fan of B-Movies so finding a book like this was exciting for me. Author did a wonderful job creating this fiction work in the style of a B-Movie. Highly recommended for anyone who is in search of a unique read. -Amazon Review
Giant Killer Bats of Alamogordo:
Pulp Science Fiction & Horror
In Giant Killer Bats of Alamogordo, author Jack Morse brings back pulp science fiction and horror to pay homage to classic b-movies of the 50’s and 60’s.
Nuclear testing gone horribly wrong!
The New Mexico Desert, 1957
Ray Riggs and his new bride Sally are traveling across country when a breakdown brings them to the sleepy little town of Alamogordo, New Mexico. They quickly discover something is amiss in the picturesque desert when a huge hunk of meat drops from the sky as they are settling in for the night. Ray’s nosey nature and curiosity is piqued, and he calls the sheriff to share his discovery.
Government agent Nestor Henshaw’s own curiosity is aroused, but for different reasons. If anyone finds out what he did, his meteoric rise in the Atomic Energy Commission will come crashing to the ground.
I really dig the pulp fiction/B movie vibe. I grew up on the classic pulp novels and B Movies and they will always hold a special place in my heart. This captures the spirit quite well and I could see how it would play out on the silver screen as I read it. If you are in for a lazy afternoon reflecting on the classic horror of nuclear testing gone oh so wrong, this is the book for you. -Amazon Review
About the Author
Jack Morse, Writer, Blogger, Ass-hat.
I grew up on B-Movies from the 50’s and 60’s and I’m pretty sure it helped shape me into the weird person I am today.
Give me a man in a rubber suit for a monster any day over a CGI nightmare.