D.K. Latta's sexy, steel slashing
Sword & Sultry
"Drooling" D.K. Latta
on the High Seas!
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Ahoy thar, ye scalliwags! Now
what would ye be wantin' to hear this time out, don't I wonder. A
salty yarn of the briny spray, I'm thinkin', with just a dash o' the
female persuasion, make no mistake, ta freshen the voyage, that is to
say, to keep things interestin'. And what better comp'ny for a
crew o' scurvy-ridden scoundrels sich as ourselves than a return
engagement from none other than "Drooling" D.K. Latta's sword-wielding
Ye knows her well, thar's no doubt on that score, from her popular
short tales in the Neekin
Chronicles to her previous sinister serial, The Garden of Death! Now, Pulp and Dagger proudly
presents Neekin's return in Hunters
of the Haunted Sea.
In this here 10-episode
sea-farin' saga, Her Sweet Suppleness finds herself shanghaied, that is to say, less than willingly transported aboard an ill-starred ship on a strange mission to the dreaded Xarolouth Sea... a dismal domain whar monsters dwell, make no mistake! Guided by as sullen a crew as e'er sailed afore the mast,
commanded by a sinisterly taciturn cap'n, the
Falcon's Heart is an ill-starred ship, fer sure, sailin' on a madman's tack which, the way
events have been pergressin' fer Neekin of late, may well see them all
suppin' tea with Davy Jones afore we're through.
If ye take my meanin', that is to say, if ye understand...
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