Phileas Fogg and the Digital Download

The kind folks at Meteor House have just announced that my novella, Phileas Fogg and the War of Shadows, is now available in an electronic edition, for both Kindle and the Nook. So if you missed out on either the hardback or the trade version, why not grab a copy today? And be sure to check out all of the other great Meteor House titles, now available as ebooks, including Airship Hunters, by Jim Beard and Duane Spurlock, and The Scarlet Jaguar, by Win Scott Eckert. I can personally recommend both of those, by the way. I’ve read them both, and enjoyed them immensely.

Oh, and remember…Phileas Fogg and the Heart of Osra is now available for preorder. If you enjoyed War of Shadows, you probably don’t want to miss this one. It’s got spies, secret conspiracies, Wold Newton-ry and the requisite (albeit subtle) Lovecraft references.

A Detective, An Escapist and A Ghost Walk Into A Bar

Sounds like the set-up for a great joke, doesn’t it? But there’s nothing funny about the eldritch doom hanging over the head of the Great Houdini–a doom which may yet claim the magician’s soul unless Sir Arthur Conan Doyle and the Royal Occultist, Charles St. Cyprian, can uncover the secret of “The Door of Eternal Night”. Continue reading “A Detective, An Escapist and A Ghost Walk Into A Bar”

Super-Sounds for a Super-Detective

I’m pleased to announce that a good many of my Jim Anthony, Super Detective stories are now available for your listening pleasure, via Audible. Ranging anywhere from three to six hours, they’re perfect for long drives, train journeys or even the occasional jaunt by experimental gyrocopter. Continue reading “Super-Sounds for a Super-Detective”