Monday, June 11, 2012
Yet another great review of GASLIGHT ARCANUM: Uncanny Tales of Sherlock Holmes
Issue #28 of the UK magazine BLACK STATIC contains yet another great review of GASLIGHT ARCANUM: Uncanny Tales of Sherlock Holmes (edited by Charles Prepolec and J. R. Campbell for Edge SF and Fantasy Publishing). BLACK STATIC Contributing Editor Peter Tennant had previously listed the anthology among his 13 favorite reads of 2012 thus far. In his review column CASE NOTES, he gives a short review of each tale in GASLIGHT ARCANUM, and I'm still glowing over what he wrote about my story "The Dead Sin of Sherlock Holmes": "There is more supernatural fare with 'The Deadly Sin of Sherlock Holmes' by Tom English, with the genre standard of a cursed book here given a fresh coat of scarlet paint...." Tennant describes the story as "adroitly written and engaging, [the] horrors put over with aplomb." GASLIGHT ARCANUM can be purchased just about everywhere books are sold. Here's the Amazon link
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