Tag: Brian Lumley

Necroscope: The Möbius Murders by Brian Lumley (book review).

February 17, 2016 | By | Reply More
Necroscope: The Möbius Murders by Brian Lumley (book review).

‘The Möbius Murders’ is the eighteenth book in the ‘Necroscope’ series featuring Harry Keogh and, as usual, pits the protagonist against a threat that traditional law enforcement can’t handle. But not through lack of effort, though, and one of the interesting things about the ‘Necroscope’ milieu is the interaction between gifted individuals like Harry, the […]

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Tales Of The Primal Land by Brian Lumley (book review).

January 1, 2016 | By | Reply More
Tales Of The Primal Land by Brian Lumley (book review).

The three short story collections that make up this volume have all been published before at various times: ‘House Of Cthulhu’, ‘Tarra Khash: Hrossak!’ and ‘Sorcery In Shad’ and the present reviewer has in fact reviewed two of those collections for this very website. As such, it might be expected that this compendium of all […]

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No Sharks In The Med And Other Stories by Brian Lumley (book review).

August 23, 2014 | By | Reply More
No Sharks In The Med And Other Stories by Brian Lumley (book review).

According to Brian Lumley’s introduction, ‘No Sharks In The Med’ is the third in a trio of Subterranean Press collections of his work, the previous volumes being ‘Haggopian And Other Stories’ and ‘The Taint And Other Novellas’. Those two collections were made up primarily of Lumley’s more Lovecraft-influenced tales. Indeed, some of them were straightforward […]

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