Eldritch Investigators

The digital edition of the first volume of A Grimoire of Eldritch Inquests has been out for almost a month now, and with the trade and hardback editions imminent, I decided that now was a good time to introduce readers to some of the occult investigators who populate these twenty-two tales of mystery and monsters. To that end, in the coming weeks I’ll be hosting a number of guest-posts by authors such as Tim Prasil, I.A. Watson and William Meikle, where they talk a bit about the likes of Vera Van Slyke, Vinnie de Soth and Derek Adams.

So join me every Friday, starting this week, for a look at the eldritch investigators who pit their wits, wiles and weaponry against the forces of darkness. Up first, a look at Dame Arabella Letifer, who appears in “The Broken Choir” by David Annandale!

A Grimoire of Eldritch Inquests: Occult Detective Monster Hunter,Volume 1, edited by Josh Reynolds and Miles Boothe, with an introduction by Bob Freeman, is now available in digital format. Trade and hardback versions are forthcoming. Grab your copy today, on Amazon.com and Amazon.co.uk.

A Grimoire of Eldritch Authors

As you might recall, this past week saw the release of A Grimoire of Eldritch Inquestsan anthology of occult detective fiction from Emby Press, edited by myself and Miles Boothe. The book contains twenty-two tales of murder, magic and mayhem, by some of the best authors working today, including Black Library alumni like CL Werner and David Annandale, New Pulp names like Thomas Deja, and Lovecraftian virtuoso Robert M. Price. For a full table of contents, peek below the cut.  (more…)

A Grimoire of Eldritch Inquests

A murder has been committed. A fortune has gone missing, a map has mysteriously appeared and something is frightening the children at night. All is in confusion and the only thing for certain is that a detective is needed, but the first one got a glimpse of what the children are afraid of and left without so much as a word.

There are times when it becomes clear that a different sort of detective is needed; one who understands or at least accepts that threats are not always human or even physical and that solving the case will take more than a sharp eye.

This is the domain of the Occult Detective. (more…)

The Sharkpunk Interview

In the lead up to the release of Sharkpunk, editor Jonathan Green has been interviewing the contributors and yesterday, it was my turn in the hot seat. Why not go check that out, and be sure to read the previous interviews as well. And why not check out the Sharkpunk site while you’re at it? Then maybe visit the Sharkpunk Facebook page and take a moment to follow the Sharkpunk Twitter feed.

Rejoice, For Thy Doom Is Here

The final hour has come around at last. The end of all time, the end of all strife. Celebrate and rejoice, for thy doom is here. The Lord of the End Times has arrived, and soon all will be silence. But, before that moment, a song to sing as the world comes to its predestined end…

 

And remember, if you have any questions about the book, you can always ask.