Rex Mundi

Rex Mundi Book 1 front coverA quest for the Holy Grail told as a murder mystery. Rex Mundi has been compared (favorably!) to The Da Vinci Code; I published the first issue of Rex Mundi a good three years before The Da Vinci Code came out.

There are six volumes in total. Rex Mundi been translated into Italian, French, German, Spanish and Portuguese.

>>Rex Mundi Web site

Zero Killer

Zero Killer Trade Paperback front coverZero Killer is set in present-day New York City, with a slight twist: in Zero Killer, the United States did not end World War II with atomic weapons. A joint US/Soviet invasion of Japan lead to a global nuclear war in 1973. Zero, the main character, is a bounty hunter with a dream of reaching a fabled land left untouched by the nuclear fires, a land called “Africa”…

>> Zero Killer Web site

The Band of the Crow

decorative image of a deer skullA fantasy novel set in a world where flesh-eating giants have pushed human beings to the edge of extinction. Sorcery is humanity’s only means of survival, and Therial of Alundil has just failed his final test. That’s bad enough, but his life is about to get a whole lot more complicated…

After far too long, the manuscript for The Band of The Crow is finished. It’s the first in a series called The Seven Branches. I’m in the process of finding a literary agent and publisher, and I’ll be posting updates on Arvidland!

I just finished the map, too – take a gander right here.


  1. Arvid's mother MOMBO
    February 12, 2011

    Keep going ! You’ve ALWAYS found a way ! You rock!

  2. Destruição, horizontes e agora sem nome « The Ragi's Blog
    September 27, 2011

    […] Nelson. Buscando informações sobre HQs do autor na wikipedia, o que mais se aproxima do filme é Zero Killer, sobre um caçador de recompensas sobrevivendo em um futuro devastado, tentando fugir dos EUA para […]

  3. Rvid
    October 17, 2011

    The only Portuguese I know is “vale tudo” and “porra”. Lo siento!

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