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  • By Michael R. Brown on January 4, 2016

    We have been getting new Green Lama stories from Moonstone under the authorship of Adam Lance Garcia, and now finally the long-promised novel, Crimson Circle.Created for the Munsey pulps, The Green Lama was really American Jethro Dumont. He had traveled to Tibet, and was a real Buddhist lama, though he disguised himself as the Rev. Dr. Pali and the Green Lama. With a small group of associates, he fought crime.Written by Kendal Foster Crossen under the pen-name Richard Foster, the series lasted for 14 pulp novels. Foster was able to keep the rights to the character, and also wrote the comic-book series at Prize Comics, and with his own comic-book company, Spark, published a Green Lama title. The comic-book versions made him more of a superhero who could fly.Altus Press reprinted the original stories in three volumes, then we started to get new stories from Airship 27, with Garcia's work being in the lead. It was found that the Green Lama was not public domain, and Garcia became the authorized writer for new stories. These would then come from Moonstone.So far we've gotten some new and reprinted stories: Scions, Horror in Clay, and Unbound, along with some stories in Moonstone anthologies. Most of Garcia's works had the Green Lama going up against Lovecraftian horrors, aided by his group of associates. Thankfully, he was able to call upon powers that was previously only shown in the comic-book version.Crimson Circle was the long promised next work, and it finally came out. A much longer work than previously, it brings together the Lama's current and previous associates, even pulling in a villain from an early Green Lama story. Here the Lama and his friends are dealing with a new threat of "cannibal killers" in New York. At the same time, a sinister assassin known only as Omega, is targeting the Lama's associates, trying to find out who the Lama really is.But both matters are the work of the Collective, a mysterious group of 22 members, who hide their identity behind greek letters. Who is behind the Collective is unclear. But they got their hands on something dangerous, and foolishly think they can go up against the Green Lama.By the end, we have a new direction for the Green Lama. This will hopefully lead into the next novel, supposedly titled Redemption. Maybe we won't have to wait as long for it as we did for Crimson Circle. I look forward to it.

  • By Raven on October 30, 2015

    Green Lama: The Crimson Circle by Adam Lance GarciaI have taken to adding this ***SPOILER ALERT*** although I am careful not to mention too much, offering tidbits designed to whet the readers appetite. One man’s hint sometimes becomes another man’s spoiler. If I have spoiled anything, I apologize in advance.During Adam Lance Garcia’s previous books, The Green Lama has faced enemies not of this world. He has encountered people possessed by the Great Old Ones. He has taken on a living man made of clay. He has faced the Elder God Cthulhu himself, at the fabled city of R’lyeh.These encounters, which would have destroyed any other man, have taken their toll on the body of Jethro Dumont. Where the Jade Tablet had once been woven into the skin of his finger; an infection starts that threatens to kill him. And his powers have increased exponentially.Now there comes a new threat in the Collective, a group of rogue scientists who work for a nebulous group known as the twenty-two. These shadowy figures, each identified by a ring or pendant carved with a letter of the Greek alphabet, are pulling strings behind the American Government, with the stated purpose being to establish the USA as a world power.To accomplish their goals there is nothing they will not do, there is nothing that they will not destroy, and there is no one they will not assassinate. They proclaim that they represent the greater good.Now they have come into the possession of a unique black organic liquid they refer to as “The Substance.” An old enemy of the Green Lama—and an old ally of the Green Lama, are thrown together by the twenty-two and are running experiments on this “Substance,” trying to unlock it’s powers in order to create indestructible soldiers for the United States. Another old enemy is working there as well.People are dying, and this time the Green Lama may have encountered an evil that even he cannot defeat.Adam Lance Garcia continues to expand the world of Kendell Foster Crossen’s pulp and comic book character from the 1940’s, Jethro Dumont, the Green Lama. The books are a shining example of modern pulp fiction at its best. Garcia takes the original source material as a foundation, and begins to build upon it, bringing the Green Lama into conflict with supernatural forces, and expanding on the Lama’s abilities. He brings along all the assistants of the Green Lama and expands on their character and back stories as well.The books are all stars on their own, and the reader will enjoy them no matter what order in which they read them. I do recommend reading them in the order of occurrence, handily printed at the end of every book, a timeline to follow.This book may well be Adam Lance Garcia’s best yet. I give it five plus stars. There is a twist in the final chapters that you won’t want to miss!Quoth the Raven…

  • By Lou Mougin on March 20, 2018

    This one is the best of the Lama series so far, and that's saying quite a lot. I'm not going to give away a lot of the plot, other than to say that our hero faces his greatest challenge and it just may be too much for him. New Pulp at its best.

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