Seems it’s a week for reviews. Hot on the heels of that last one, the folks over at ‘The Critics’ Cabal’ have kindly reviewed The Whitechapel Demon, the first Royal Occultist novel.

From the review:

Mr. Reynolds has done a marvelous job setting the foundation of a forthcoming series. Set in the historic backdrop of London in the 1920s, he has invested a fair amount of time developing elements that will undoubtedly linger and play their hand in stories to come. In particular, the Ministry of Esoteric Observation, a source of bureaucratic competition for St. Cyprian, sponsored by Parliament.

Definitely go check that out. And if you like what you read, why not pick up a copy of The Whitechapel Demon for yourself? It’s available on, as well as all international subsidiaries, in both print and electronic format. It’s also available from Smashwords and Barnes & Noble. For a free PDF preview of the the first three chapters, click HERE.

You can also keep track of the latest Royal Occultist news via the series’ Facebook page. And to download the ROYAL OCCULTIST PRIMER, a free PDF containing previously published stories, click HERE.