Guns and Guano

bookdesign348Dirk Dynamo is enjoying a life of learning with the gentlemen adventurers of the Epiphany Club. Joining an expedition to find the Great Library of Alexandria, Dirk finds himself on the island of Hakon, where colonial life is not what it seems. With monsters in the jungle, conspiracies in the mansion and ninjas dogging his trail, can Dirk and his friends find the first clue to the Library before they meet a deadly fate?

The first story in the Epiphany Club series, Guns and Guano sees Dirk and his companions set out on the first stage of thrilling journey. Their search for lost wisdom will take them through rollicking adventures into the darker side of Victorian life, as they discover that there is more at stake than just old books.

Guns and Guano is available via Amazon and Smashwords.

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  1. […] and if you like the look of these characters then the first in the series, Guns and Guano, is free from most places you can get ebooks, including […]

  2. […] suppose the biggest gee-whiz factor in my Epiphany Club stories is the steampunk technology, so I’ve picked a moment involving this from the third book, […]

  3. […] where possible using them for work in progress. This week, I’m working on book three of the Epiphany Club series, Aristocrats and Artillery, using the exercise from episode […]

  4. […] been making Lego models of my books again. This week, a scene from Victorian steampunk adventure Guns and Guano, available for free from Amazon and […]

  5. […] If you enjoyed this then you might like to give that a read, or to start with the first book, Guns and Guano, which is free on Amazon and […]

  6. […] of the biggest mistakes I made writing the early drafts of Guns and Guano was being vague. When I started out I wasn’t confident in getting an American protagonist […]

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