Monday, February 1, 2010

Gaslight Grotesque Reviewed - The SF Site

GASLIGHT GROTESQUE: NIGHTMARE TALES OF SHERLOCK HOLMES has been reviewed by Mario Guslandi as a featured review on SF Site 

"Following in the steps of the previous volume, Gaslight Grimoire, the new Sherlockian anthology edited by J.R. Campbell and Charles Prepolec explores again the unpredictable effects of the encounter of Holmes' rational mind with the supernatural. Although I enjoyed many stories from the first volume, I had my reservations about the book because of the inclusion, besides a few excellent tales, of some mediocre material. 

I'm happy to say that the present anthology is definitely of superior quality and that the large majority of the thirteen stories assembled therein are accomplished examples of dark fantasy, apt to satisfy even the more demanding readers, either Sherlockian enthusiasts or horror fans or just fiction lovers seeking out entertaining and well written stories.
The highlights of the anthology are numerous. Mark Morris contributes "The Affair of the Heart," an engrossing, ingenuous tale where Holmes and Watson..."(click here to visit The SF Site for the full review)

Gaslight Grotesque: Nightmare Tales of Sherlock Holmes is available now at