Hazards (The Chronicles of Lucifer Jones, #4)
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Hazards (The Chronicles of Lucifer Jones #4)

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After his Adventures in Africa, his Exploits in Asia, and his Encounters in Europe, everyone’s favorite man of the cloth is back to tell you about the Hazards he encounters in South America. They include the terrifying Island of Annoyed Souls, the discovery of the Lost Continent of Moo (spelled correctly for a change), a battle with safari ants that even Charlton Heston wo...more
Hardcover, 276 pages
Published June 30th 2008 by Subterranean Press
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Thanks to my friend Jeff... here's the table of contents for this book:

El Presidente
The Island of Annoyed Souls
Chartreuse Mansions
The Lost Continent of Moo
Carnival Knowledge
Merry Bunta!
A Jaguar Never Changes Its Stripes
Spring Training
A Four Sided Triangle
The Forgotten Kingdom
Mother Scorpion’s House of Fallen Flowers

So all of these stories (except one - The Forgotten Kingdom) are available for free online.

But... the ebook just appeared last week on Barnes and Noble's website, and it o...more
Mike Kazmierczak
In case you hadn't been introduced to the Right Reverend Honorable Doctor Lucifer Jones before, this is your chance. He's part Indiana Jones, part 9-year-old boy, part Bernie Madoff. He is charming though and doesn't truly wish people ill. If he could only get the money needed to build his church and a long list of beautiful and preferably naked virgins who needed their souls saved, then he would be happy. However he seems to find trouble no matter where he goes. Whether it is diamond thieves, j...more
Like in the original books, the form of the stories nor the morally dubious main character have changed. I found the stories themselves seemed to be less interesting this time around, though - some retreads in theme here and there and some of the stories didn't seem to quite stick the landing. In part, it feels like the setting of South America just doesn't have the same wealth of material to pool from as the other regions the books have passed through, and little the character hadn't addressed...more
Given that he's been making essentially one joke for 4 books, it's impressive that it's only now beginning to get a little bit old.
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