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Get ready to blast off for futuristic action and adventure as Captain Mars McCoy and the space rangers fight to bring law and order to the far flung galaxies of the universe. These are three old-fashioned space thrillers by Andrew Salmon, Greg Gick, and John Bear Ross that will delight any fan of Flash Gordon and Buck Rogers.

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  • Robert DeFrank
  • 17-04-20

Old-school fun!

Heroes, villains, plots, counterplots and a breakneck pace feature in this love letter to old-school space adventure.



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  • Dale R. Cozort
  • 17-10-17

Excellent old style pulp space opera

Mars McCoy is a deliberately retro character in a retro universe, a tribute to old style pulp heroes and villains. You'll find few, if any, shades of gray here and not a lot of complexity or introspection. That's as it should be for the genre.

I enjoyed this as a nostalgic romp. This a collection of novellas set in the same universe and starring the same core characters. The stories were all at least adequate for the genre and the best were quite good for what they are. A good read, or in this case a good listen.