Robert J. Mendenhall is a retired police officer, a retired Air National Guardsman, and a former Broadcast Journalist for the American Forces Network, Europe. A member of both Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America and Mystery Writers of America, he writes across genres including science fiction, adventure, crime and suspense, and the occasional horror. He lives near St. Joseph, Michigan with his wife.And so many animals.
“Code Name: Intrepid”
In 1933, a presidential order forms a special actions team of the War Department, code named Intrepid. Their mission is to confront threats and situations which are of unnatural order and threaten the security of the United States. Lieutenant Colonel Rick Justice, US Army Air Corps, leads a team of highly-trained individuals from the Army and Navy, as well as exceptional professionals from the civilian community. Joining Justice are Lieutenant Commander Roger “Sky Hawk” Winchester, US Navy; Gunnery Sergeant Dexter “Guns” Preston, US Marine Corps; Master Sergeant Michael “Hammer” Down, US Army; and Rita Marshall, War Department. Together, the Intrepid team opposes enemies and menaces outside the realm of normal experience, no matter where that takes them.Five exciting adventures of the Code Name: Intrepid team collected in one anthology by the masters of New Pulp Fiction: Airship 27 Productions , edited by Ron Fortier with interior illustrations by artist James Lyle and cover art by artistTed Hammond. Available now in paperback and in Kindle format at Amazon.com.
Appearing in BREWED AWAKENINGS Volume 3, fromCaffeinated Press. Edited by Jason E. Gillikin.
April, 1942. Washington DC.A single mother struggling to make ends meet in the nation’s capitol and a young sailor fresh out of boot camp, shipping out to the war. For a brief moment, their war-torn lives overlap. Based on a true story.
Besides print and e-book formats, Code Name: Intrepid is now available as an audio book! Produced by Radio Archives, all five adventures are available in either CD or as an MP3 download.
“Operation Silver Bullet”
Another Code Name: Intrepid adventure! August, 1941. Colonel Rick Justice and the Intrepid team are secretly summoned to the United Kingdom to investigate reports that Nazis scientists are creating an army of… werewolves! Soon to be released in New Pulp United, a benefit book by Pro Se Productions. Edited by Tommy Hancock.