Edge Publications’ newest anthology, Gaslight Gothic: Strange Tales of Sherlock Holmes, is now available as a Kindle download. Edited by Charles Prepolec and J. R. Campbell, it includes stories by a whole slew of talented authors. And also me.
My story, “The Ignoble Sportsmen”, finds Holmes and Watson joining forces with a Pinkerton agent to head off a murderous conspiracy that may have its origins in a supernatural vendetta. It was a blast to work on. As regular readers of this site might know, I’m a big fan of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle and his works, including the Holmes stories. I like to think Conan Doyle himself might have enjoyed this one.
If you’re interested, there’s an interview with the editors on the Edge Publications Facebook page. There’s also a new review, courtesy of The Science Fiction and Fantasy Reviewer.
Gaslight Gothic is available as a Kindle download from Amazon.com and its international subsidiaries. And if you’re interested in reading more of my Sherlock Holmes stories, why not check out Sherlock Holmes: Consulting Detective volumes 2 and 3 from Airship 27, which include my stories, “The Affair of the Wretched Flesh” and “The Singular Affair of the Sultan’s Tiger”, respectively. You could also pick up “The Door of Eternal Night” from 18thWall Productions, which features both Sherlock Holmes and his creator, Arthur Conan Doyle!