Code Name: Intrepid
Book One in the Code Name: Intrepid adventure series.
Tasked by the President of the United States to combat threats to the nation that are of extraordinary or “unnatural” order, the Intrepid team comes together in this first adventure to take on unbelievable creatures, sinister henchmen, and a ruthless mastermind on a quest for world dominance.
If you like pulp-era action and adventure, you’ll become a quick fan of Code Name: Intrepid.
New Short Fiction by ROBERT J. MENDENHALL
A Code Name: Intrepid adventure! April, 1933. Lt Colonel Rick Justice, US Army Air Corps, and the team investigate an insidious plot to create an army of soldiers… from the dead. This one has it all. Evil Nazi scientists. Decked-out airships. Auto-gyros. Harrowing escapes. Aerial dog- fights. And, of course, zombies! Whaaaaat?
Appearing in Pulp Adventures #36 from Bold Venture Press. Edited by Audrey Parente.
A desperate man. A dangerous choice. To save his wife’s life, a husband takes a dark and deadly path. But when he can’t fulfill his end of the deal, the cost for his breach of contract is more than he can bear to pay.
Appearing in INK STAINS: A Dark Literary Anthology Volume 13, from Dark Alley Press. Edited by N. Apythia Morges.
Another Code Name: Intrepid adventure! August, 1941. Colonel Rick Justice and the Intrepid team are summoned to the United Kingdom to investigate reports that Nazi scientists are creating an army of… werewolves! Whaaaaat?
Appearing soon in New Pulp United, a benefit book by Pro Se Productions. Edited by Tommy Hancock
About the Author
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 & 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 in Southwest Michigan with his wife and fellow writer, Claire. And many animals.
So many animals.