“An unmissable collision of two of the finest Victorian treasures.”
A series of grisly murders rocks London. At each location, only a jumble of bones remains, along with a bizarre bone sphere covered in arcane symbols. The son of the latest victim seeks the help of Sherlock Holmes and Dr John Watson, who discover a common thread that ties together the murders–and the persons responsible.
Bizarre geometries–based on ancient schematics–point to members of a secluded cult. These men and women build strange constructs that will enable other-worldly creatures to enter our dimension, seeking sustenance. They are gaining so much power that even Moriarty fears that his empire is at risk to the point that he seeks an unholy alliance with his eternal foe.
Why We’re Excited About This Book:
There’s never an excuse needed to pick up a Lovecraft novel, but with the added bonus of London’s most famous detective stepping into the dark underbelly of the Cthulhu universe Gresh has created an unmissable collision of two of the finest Victorian treasures. No stranger to the Cthulhu mythos, Gresh’s Lovecraftian writings have appeared in many anthologies, so the subject matter is in safe hands (or should that be tentacles), leaving the addition of Doyle’s master detective the icing on an already appetising cake.
Sherlock Holmes vs. Cthulhu: The Adventure of the Deadly Dimensions is out on 4 July 2017 and is available from Amazon.
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