Callsign Cerberus

Callsign Cerberus : Exile to Hell

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America had barely survived a nuclear and ecological holocaust. Two centuries later, a new order emerges to inflict its rule on the fortified city-states known as baronies. Beyond the walls is Terra Infernus, the hell on earth, where a fragile freedom remains.

Once a fearsome warrior of the new order, Kane discovers a secret that has damned humanity since the dawn of history. Banished as an enemy of the state, he joins forces with Brigid Baptiste, keeper of the archives and brother-in-arms Grant to free the future from the yoke of inhuman power.

In the place that was once called New Mexico, the Cerberus warriors find the first clues to humanity's dark destiny.

Mark Ellis is a novelist and comics creator whose credentials include Doc Savage, The Wild Wild West, The Justice Machine, King Solomon's Mines and Death Hawk among many others. His 50-plus books include Cryptozoica, The Spur: Loki's Rock, The Everything Guide to Writing Graphic Novels, Knightwatch: Invictus X, and novels in the Executioner and Deathlands series. In 1996, he created the best-selling Outlanders series for Harlequin Enterprise's Gold Eagle imprint, writing under the pen name of James Axler. Outlanders was consecutively published for over eighteen years, making it the most successful mass-market paperback series of the last 30 years. He lives in rural Ireland, with his wife, best-selling author Melissa Martin Ellis.
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Product details

  • Paperback | 448 pages
  • 111 x 178 x 29mm | 335.66g
  • Plymouth, United Kingdom
  • English
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  • 1913359581
  • 9781913359584

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