GASLIGHT GRIMOIRE: FANTASTIC TALES OF SHERLOCK HOLMES has been reviewed by Mario Guslandi as a featured review on SF Site
"By far the best contributions come from Barbara Roden, Bob Madison and editor J.R. Campbell.
In Roden's "The Things That Shall Come Upon Them," Holmes finds himself unexpectedly teaming with occult investigator Flaxmen Low to unravel the mystery of some strange disturbances taking place in a country mansion. Entertaining and elegantly written, the story would have pleased Conan Doyle Himself.
Madison provides "Red Sunset," where an ultracentenarian Holmes, now living in USA helps a hardboiled PI to defeat the invasion of bunch of vampires imported from Romania. An extremely amusing piece, crafted with skill and a touch of humour.
Campbell's story is an excellent, well balanced mix between a typical Holmesian case and an effective horror story featuring a series of related murders and a girl torn between two worlds."
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