Not one but TWO new Sherlock Holmes novels are on the way, thanks to Titan Books...
Out today from the bestselling author of The Thinking Engine comes a brand new Sherlock Holmes adventure full of myth, mystery and murder with James Lovegrove's novel Sherlock Holmes, The Labyrinth of Death.
It is 1895, and Sherlock Holmes’s new client is a High Court judge, whose free-spirited daughter has disappeared without a trace.
Holmes and Watson discover that the missing woman - Hannah Woolfson - was herself on the trail of a missing person, her close friend Sophia. Sophia was recruited to a group known as the Elysians, a quasi-religious sect obsessed with Ancient Greek myths and rituals, run by the charismatic Sir Philip Buchanan. Hannah has joined the Elysians under an assumed name, convinced that her friend has been murdered. Holmes agrees that she should continue as his agent within the secretive yet seemingly harmless cult, yet Watson is convinced Hannah is in terrible danger. For Sir Philip has dreams of improving humanity through classical ideals, and at any cost…
James Lovegrove is the author of The Age of Odin. He was short-listed for the Arthur C. Clarke Award in 1998 for his novel Days and for the John W. Campbell Memorial Award in 2004 for his novel Untied Kingdom. He also reviews fiction for the Financial Times. He is the author of Sherlock Holmes: Gods of War, Sherlock Holmes: The Stuff of Nightmares and Sherlock Holmes: The Thinking Engine for Titan Books.
Published in July from Lois H. Gresh comes a brand new book series that sees Conan Doyle’s iconic detective duo face off against Lovecraft’s cosmic entity in an epic battle of murder, mayhem and otherworldly evil…
A series of grisly murders rocks London. At each location, only a jumble of bones remains of the deceased, along with a bizarre sphere covered in strange symbols. The son of the latest victim seeks the help of Sherlock Holmes and his former partner, Dr. John Watson.
They discover the common thread tying together the murders. Bizarre geometries, based on ancient schematics, enable otherworldly creatures to enter our dimension, seeking to wreak havoc and destruction.
The persons responsible are gaining so much power that even Holmes’s greatest enemy fears them—to the point that he seeks an unholy alliance.
Lois H. Gresh is the bestselling author of 28 books and more than 65 short stories, as well as the editor of anthologies Innsmouth Nightmares and Dark Fusions. She is a well-known Lovecraftian writer whose works have appeared in Black Wings of Cthulhu, The Madness of Cthulhu, and many other anthologies. Her work has been published in 22 languages. Sherlock Holmes vs Cthulhu: The Adventure of the Deadly Dimensions is the first in her new trilogy of Holmes thrillers. Lois is a frequent guest of honour author at large genre conventions and has appeared on television series such as The History Channel’s Ancient Aliens and Batman Tech. Visit her at www.loisgresh.com.
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