Harry Strange in The Stones of Solomon
For the first time in print, the first season scripts of The Harry Strange Radio Drama.
A beautiful woman walks into Harry's office and asks him to recover some property stolen by her ex-lover. Harry surmises two things, she's not telling him everything, and she's rich. This is his kind of case. He takes the case, cashes her check and loses his taste for red meat for awhile. Much later, he'll discover those 'little stones' can mean the end to creation.
Along the way to saving the world Harry fights demons, the mistress of nightmares, vampires, werewolves, Lilith, and a horrible little troll of a man named Mr. K.
These are the original, uncut scripts from the award winning Harry Strange Radio Drama. Episodes in this edition:
Harry Strange 101: Comes a Hero
Harry Strange 102: Teenaged Girls do the Darnedest Things
Harry Strange 103: The White Lady
Harry Strange 104: The Mara (Part I)
Harry Strange 105: The Mara (Part II)
Harry Strange 106: The Mara (Part III)
Harry Strange 107: The Sad Tale of Albert Finkel
Harry Strange 108: Sansavani
Harry Strange 109: Den of the Scepter
Harry Strange 110: The Toaster-Pastry Test
Harry Strange 111: The Immortal
Harry Strange 112: Layla
Harry Strange 113: St. Luna Island
Harry Strange 114: Romeo Chase
Harry Strange 115: Harry Strange
Harry Strange 116: The Blink of an Eye
This 399 page volume includes a Forward by the Sonic Society's Jack Ward and a Brief History of Harry Strange by Tony Sarrecchia
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Harry Strange in the Stones of Solomon is copyright (C) 2010 - 2015 by Tony Sarrecchia. All rights reserved. No part of this story may be used or reproduced in any manner whatsoever without written permission of the author except in the case of brief quotations used in critical articles or reviews.
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This is a work of fiction. All characters, organizations, and events in the story are either creations in the author’s imagination or are used fictitiously.
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