Claws of a Killer Serialised in Jungle Jim!!

From Thoughts from Botswana by Lauri Kubuitsile Mon Nov 12 2012, 11:09:00

I just received my copy of the fantastic pulp fiction magazine from South Africa, Jungle Jim #18 and inside is the first instalment of Claws of a Killer which is being serialised in the magazine for the next few issues. How cool is that!

Other pieces included in this issue is a story from Kenyan writer, "Laki" Mark Muthiora, a book excerpt from the prolific Arabic sci-fi and horror writer, Ahmed Khaled Towfik, and a story from South African Phillip Vermaas. I only got the issue this morning but can't wait to get stuck in.

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