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James Axler is a house name used by the publishing company Gold Eagle Books, the men's action adventure series published by Harlequin Enterprises Ltd.

The name was first used for the "Deathlands" series, which began in 1986 with Pilgrimage to Hell, co-written by Christopher Lowder (under the pseudonym Jack Adrian) and Laurence James. Mr. James went on to write the next 32 novels before passing away on 9 February 2000. Under his own name and under the pen names James Darke, James McPhee, and the James Axler pen name. He also wrote books for the series "Dark Future," "Earth Blood," "Galactic Security Service" and "Survival 2000," as well as a number of independent novels and short stories. Gold Eagle Books' ongoing "Deathlands" series spawned the related "Outlanders", created in 1996 by prolific author Mark Ellis who continues to write the series and who has produced more books as "James Axler" than any other writer.



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