Lazarus Gray Returns!



One of New Pulp’s Most Popular Characters returns in the latest release from Barry Reese’s imprint REESE UNLIMITED and Pro Se Productions! THE ADVENTURES OF LAZARUS GRAY VOLUME SEVEN is now available in print and digital formats.All Hail The New King In Town!

“The only clue to his identity was a small medallion with the words ‘Lazarus Gray’ stamped upon it.” He took that name and became one of Sovereign City’s greatest heroes, and formed an alliance with other lost souls like himself. Together, they were Assistance Unlimited… and they face one of their oldest and most dangerous foes in a furious final battle!

Lazarus Gray and Assistance Unlimited return for their deadliest case yet! A manuscript featuring the dark legend of the King In Yellow is spreading madness throughout Sovereign City, but that’s not the worst of it–an alliance of evil has come together, with a scheme that threatens not only the United States, but the entire world! How is it all connected and is Lazarus willing to risk his very soul to save the day?

The past, present, and future of Lazarus Gray comes together with explosive results in the latest volume of THE ADVENTURES OF LAZARUS GRAY!

Featuring a stunning cover and interior illustrations by George Sellas, frontispiece by Mitch Ballard, and print formatting and cover design by Sean Ali, THE ADVENTURES OF LAZARUS GRAY VOLUME SEVEN is available now at Amazon at and Pro Se’s own store at for 15.00.

The seventh volume of Gray’s adventures is also available as an Ebook designed and formatted by Antonino lo Iacono and Marzia Marina and available for only $2.99 for the Kindle at The ebook is also available for free via Kindle Unlimited for Kindle Unlimited members.

For more information on this title, interviews with the author, or digital copies to review this book, contact Pro Se Productions’ Director of Corporate Operations, Kristi King-Morgan at

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  1. Just finished Volume Seven, and I loved it, as always, through the fact that now I have to wait for another one once again is kinda sad…

    I would get into details of what I liked, when I manage to write a proper review, and I am already two volumes behind, when it comes to that, but there is one things that bugs me from the beginning of this volume, not being sure if it is some kind of error, or a part of some elaborate Master Plan, that would be revealed to readers in the future.

    So, I have to ask: Why in this particular book Morgan is known as “Morgan Stanley” through thirteen chapters, but in the Chapter XIV he suddenly turns back into “Morgan Watts”? If the “Stanley” thing happened once, I would probably wave it off as an simple error, but it happen in all cases when Morgan’s surname is mentioned, except Chapter XIV.

    Now, I came up with the theory that most of the book takes place in some kind of paralel universe or something like that, where his surname is, and always was Stanley, and we only return to “our” universe in the last chapter, but maybe I am reading too much into it? I do overthink stuff like that, so it is possible…

    Also, this looks more like a real error, but in my Kindle version of Volume Seven the scene where Lazarus escapes from [Spoiler] and battles The Big Bad appears twice, once near the end of Chapter XII, before happening once again in the Chapter XIII… Or is supposed to be like that?

    I am left confused by this book…

    But it was still great 🙂

    1. Looks like you got an error edition. We’ll make sure that the corrected version is posted for download and my publisher has said he’ll try to get you a free corrected version. The Stanley thing should have been corrected and the repeated scene was a reproduction error!

      1. And there goes my conspiracy theory about paralel universes.

        Too much “Rick & Morty” I guess…

        Thanks for replying.

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