Back From Hell

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Tom Doherty Associates, Mar 15, 1999 - Fiction - 256 pages
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Pomona: a gigantic arena where Car Warriors, their high-performance machine armed with high-tech weapons, duels to the death on network TV.

Palm Springs: a battered oasis in the desert, once the playground of the rich and famous, now temporary home to a rag-tag army of outlaws.

Val Paladin--area champion, darling of the TV ratings. Vanna Kreig--Skynet executive, who'll do anything to keep those ratings high. Bambi Starr--up-and-coming duelist who has the body of an angle but fights like a demon. Iggy Mengele--pint-sized outlaw with a big score to settle with Paladin.

What will happen when the pampered pests of the arena face the raging horde of Iggy's outlaws--men and women who've come Back from Hell?

Welcome to the world of the Car Warriors--the freeways of the future, where the right of the way goes to the biggest guns.

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About the author (1999)

divides his time between music and literature, with digressions into psychedelic agitprop. He fronted the anarchic pre-punk The Deviants and had lyrics being recorded by Metallica, Motorhead, Hawkwind and Wayne Kramer. At the NME in 1970s, he helped explain the dawn of punk to a worried world. He has published 22 novels and 12+ non-fiction works, including Elvis And The Colonel.

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