In a world not far removed from our own, a city lies ravaged. Crime overruns its streets; its citizens are helpless. Crimelord Robert Latham, to the world-at-large a legitimate businessman, holds the... More > city in his sway. Fear and intimidation rule throughout. One man stands above the rest, willing to fight for freedom.
That man is The Wraith.< Less
After the horror the Cobra unleashed upon Metro City, Paul Sanderson has recuperated, regained his strength and focus, and the city has been rebuilt; while its citizens have slowly started to regroup... More > and move forward. Into this relative calm marches Ma Tzi, the Hong Kong drug lord, who senses a weakness in resident crime lord Robert Latham’s hold on the city, and intends to exploit that, in any way necessary. At any cost.
In the midst of their vicious gang war, a new terror envelopes the city – a virulent plague wipes out thousands, a plague that The Wraith soon discovers to be man-made. With no end in sight, and his assistant Max Horton missing, can The Wraith stop Latham and Tzi from further carnage, save countless lives and find those responsible for the heinous slaughter of untold innocents?
Valley of Evil has it all – heroism, romance, action, thrills, tragedy, and is surely Dirscherl at the height of his storytelling powers.< Less
The Wraith returns, as does the master of his world, Frank Dirscherl, in this amazing tale of heroism, deadly evil and horror.
With the city back firmly in his grasp, crime lord and entrepreneur... More > Robert Latham is celebrating by bankrolling Metro City’s 200th anniversary gala year, which includes the unveiling of a never-before-seen ancient Aztec stone carving—the Cortes Stone—at the City Gallery. A carving that has thrilled the scientific and artistic communities, but infuriated the monstrous Aztekoth, a creature so vile, so heinous; and whose cult of primeval, revenge-minded Aztec warriors are capable of any atrocity in their aim to retrieve the carving, seek retribution upon its desecrators, and reform their long-dead empire with the flesh of the population of Metro City!
Cult of the Damned is another thrilling adventure in The Wraith series, and is proof again of Dirscherl’s unmatched ability to entertain in the pulp-style for a modern audience.< Less
In a world not far removed from our own, a city lies ravaged. Crime overruns its streets, its citizens are helpless. Crime-lord Robert Latham, to the world at large a legitimate businessman, holds... More > the city in his sway. Fear and intimidation rule throughout. One man stands above the rest, willing to fight for freedom.
That man is The Wraith.
The Wraith, the city's bogeyman, is known to exist only by a very few, and seen by even fewer. Those that do know of him, especially Latham, know to fear him, for his fury at those who commit evil knows no bounds. By day, The Wraith is the reclusive millionaire Paul Sanderson, a man more mysterious and less seen than his night-time counterpart.
Sensing the desperation of Latham and that his own time may be limited, Sanderson readies a replacement--Michael Reeve, an honest cop drawn inexorably into a world he may not be ready for.
Can the new Wraith save his city even while he struggles to save his own soul?< Less