“Long out of print and available only at collector prices, Carnosaur is back to wreak havoc on unsuspecting readers for the first time in over thirty years.”
Warchester is one of those sleepy English towns where nothing much happens. When a local farmer’s body is found, apparently killed by a large animal, reporter David Pascal finally has his big story.
It appears that an escaped Siberian tiger from Sir Darren Penward’s private zoo is to blame, but Pascal isn’t buying it.
Eye-witness reports describe the impossible: an enormous lizard creature … something that’s been extinct for sixty million years.
What is Penward hiding? Pascal must find the truth before the creature unleashes hell on the unsuspecting population.
Why we’re excited about this book:
Harry Adam Knight was one of the many pseudonyms of Australian writer John Brosnan. As Knight, Brosnan was the author of Bedlam, Slimer, and The Fungus, and also wrote the Sky Lord series, the Mothership series, Scorched, Tendrils, and Worm, among others, as well as working with the groundbreaking comic series 2000 AD. With Carnosaur, Brosnan beat Michael Crichton (Jurassic Park, Eaters of the Dead, Sphere) to the punch by several years, and the book was adapted for the screen and directed by Adam Simon, spawning a franchise with two sequels and two spin-off films. Long out of print and available only at collector prices, Carnosaur is back to wreak havoc on unsuspecting readers for the first time in over thirty years.
Unleashing 6 September 2022 from Valancourt Books, Carnosaur by Harry Adam Knight (with an introduction by Will Errickson) is available for pre-order now.