Minions of the Shadow and Other Mark Nevin – Omega Novels
William Gray Beyer
Introduction by Robert Weinberg

Mark Nevins entered the hospital one morning for routine surgery and awoke six thousand years later. It was a world reverted to barbarism and savagery, filled with cannibals and pseudo-Vikings and the very beautiful but quite stoic Nona Barr. Mark hadn't planned to save the world, but that's what he found himself doing, in the company of a meddling super-being that called itself Omega, the last survivor of an ancient Lunar culture. All Mark had to do was defeat the two evil Russian brains-in the jar who couldn't be killed. And that was only Mark's first adventure in the future.

Lost Treasures of the Pulps is pleased to republish for the first time in fifty years, the classic humorous SF adventure, Minions of the Moon, along with the novel's three sequels, never before printed in book form. Join Mark, Nona and Omega in their fabulous adventures with the Minions of the Moon, Minions of Mars, Minions of Mercury, and Minions of the Shadow.

During the late 1930's and early 1940's, William Grey Beyer contributed the four Minions novels to Argosy. He also wrote four short science-fiction mysteries for Detective Fiction Weekly. His most popular novel, Minions of the Moon, was reprinted in book form by Gnome Press in 1950. A second Gnome Press hardcover, Minions of Mars, was promised but never appeared.

Blue Buckram Hardcover, 481 p.
ISBN 1-55246-502-0 Out-of-Print

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