Founder, Author & Illustrator | Marlet House Productions
A Cleveland, Ohio native and a lifelong fan of suspense based historical and nautical fiction, Lou Marich has brought forth, “The Aleutian Voyage” Series to add to our list of action-adventure projects.
Originally written in 1996, our new “Illustrated Special Edition” expands the series to today’s marketplace following the travails of our HERO’s mysterious and supernatural encounters in the Arctic territories.
Founded in 2005, Marlet House Productions has been involved in a number of web, multimedia, illustration and IT Security projects over the past two decade spanning government, banking, and healthcare industries while we continue to grow in our literary offerings such as, “The Nautilus Journal Series,” and “The Mystery of the Poe Toaster.”
The Aleutian Voyage...Hang On!
In 1866, America began to recover from a bloody Civil War and the assassination of President Abraham Lincoln. As a campaign policy to increase his popularity, President Andrew Johnson attempts to purchase the vast territory of Alaska from the Russian Emperor, despite his troubles with Congress.
An expedition is assembled to survey and explore this region with help from the Interior Department. President Johnson commissions an unsuspecting pawn, Field Director, Jack Calsin to head the expedition. Jack must travel the Oregon Trail and set sail aboard the naval frigate USS Hercules escorted by the Governor Clinton. The events that follow become a life and death struggle to complete our hero's mission, if he can..
The Nautilus Journal
An extraordinary sojourn ends off the coast of the Lofoten Isles. For famed French Naturalist, Professor Pierre Aronnax and two companions, the voyage was too incredible to be true. It was a voyage that took them 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea, in a mysterious and highly advanced submarine boat called, Nautilus.
Only his packet of notes detailed their adventure of traveling with a madman named, Captain Nemo. Now, irreparably damaged by the sea, his notes are no longer legible. Professor Aronnax pens a second account of their encounters and must return to society and tell of his whereabouts...