Fantastic Tales of Sherlock Holmes
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Eliminating the impossible just got a whole lot harder!
The fabled tin dispatch box of Dr. John H. Watson opens to reveal eleven all-new tales of mystery and dark fantasy. Sherlock Holmes, master of deductive reasoning, confronts the irrational, the unexpected and the fantastic in the weird worlds of the Gaslight Grimoire.
M. J. Elliott
Jeff Campbell’s fiction has appeared in a wide variety of publications including Spinetingler Magazine, Wax Romantic and Challenging Destiny. From time to time his writing can also be heard on radio’s Imagination Theater and The Further Adventures of Sherlock Holmes. In addition to writing, he has co-edited the Sherlock Holmes anthologies Curious Incidents 1 and 2 with his good friend Charles Prepolec.
Charles Prepolec has contributed articles and reviews to All Hallows, Sherlock Magazine, Scarlet Street, and Canadian Holmes. An active Sherlockian for more than 20 years with Calgary’s The Singular Society of the Baker Street Dozen, he was designated a Master Bootmaker in 2006 by the Canada’s national Sherlock Holmes Society.
"A wonderful addition to the bookshelf of any fan of Sherlock Holmes or of the supernatural. Terrific stories, great variety, genuine chills: it’s all here." — Robert J. Sawyer, Hugo Award-winning author of HOMINIDS
"This book contains eleven of the most ingenious, imaginative and inspired exploits yet committed to paper. Wonderful stuff!" — Roger Johnson, BSI, Editor, The Sherlock Holmes Journal
"[Barbara] Roden effortlessly involves Holmes in a mystery derived from M.R. James's clazzic tale of terror, "Casting the Runes," featuring psychic sleuth Flaxman Low." - Publisher's Weekly
- EDGE Science Fiction and Fantasy Publishing, August 2012
EDGE Science Fiction and Fantasy Publishing
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