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The Kingdom Of Bones by Stephen Gallagher (book review).

October 13, 2016 | By | Reply More
The Kingdom Of Bones by Stephen Gallagher (book review).

A Pinkerton detective, an immortal and a brave new world, such is ‘The Kingdom Of Bones’, in which our author Stephen Gallagher begins a series of adventures set around the turn of the twentieth century. Sebastian Becker is a Pinkerton man with all the potential danger that this entails. He lives in Philadelphia with his […]

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The Authentic William James by Stephen Gallagher (book review).

September 30, 2016 | By | Reply More
The Authentic William James by Stephen Gallagher (book review).

‘The Authentic William James’ is the third in a series of novels about the Crown Chancery detective Sebastian Becker, previously in ‘The Bedlam Detective’ and ‘The Kingdom Of Bones’. Sebastian’s personal story is enmeshed and enlivened by the cases he undertakes crossing continents to solve them. Wild West ‘cowboy’ William James confesses he set fire […]

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Journeyman: The Art Of Chris Moore by Stephen Gallagher (book review).

March 28, 2015 | By | Reply More
Journeyman: The Art Of Chris Moore by Stephen Gallagher (book review).

In many respects you can blame astro-artist David A. Hardy for this review. We were discussing artists and one he raised that I’d forgotten about was Chris Moore. I looked around on the Net and found there was a book of his art released in 2000 and got it at a nice price. As publisher […]

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