Author: George Mann

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Encounters of Sherlock Holmes

Encounters of Sherlock Holmes
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  • Number: 9781781160039
  • Release: 2013-02-19
  • Author: George Mann
  • Genre: Suspense
  • Tags: Suspense: Mystery
  • Publisher: Titan Books
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A brand-new collection of Sherlock Holmes stories from a variety of exciting voices in modern horror and steampunk, including James Lovegrove, Justin Richards, Paul Magrs, Guy Adams and Mark Hodder. Edited by respected anthologist George Mann, and including a story by Mann himself.

Introduction by George Mann 

The Loss of Chapter Twenty-One by Mark Hodder

Holmes and the Indelicate Widow by Mags L Halliday

The Demon Slasher of Seven Sisters by Cavan Scott

The Post-Modern Prometheus by Nick Kyme

Mrs Hudson at the Christmas Hotel by Paul Magrs

The Case of the Night Crawler by George Mann

The Adventure of the Locked Carriage by Stuart Douglas

The Tragic Affair of the Martian Ambassador by Eric Brown

The Adventure of the Swaddled Railwayman by Richard Dinnick  

The Pennyroyal Society by Kelly Hale

The Persian Slipper by Steve Lockley

The Property of a Thief by Mark Wright

Woman’s Work by David Barnett

The Fallen Financier by James Lovegrove

Ghosts of War

Ghosts of War
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  • Number: 9781616143671
  • Release: Out Now
  • Author: George Mann
  • Genre: Sci-Fi / Fantasy
  • Tags: * Science Fiction
  • Publisher: Pyr / Prometheus / Humanity
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With lucid flashbacks to WWI, a battle with a mechanized madman, the constant threat of airborne predators, and the fate of the world hanging in the balance, can the Ghost prevent the war with the British from escalating beyond control?

Ghosts of Manhattan - Introducing the World's First Steampunk Superhero!

Ghosts of Manhattan
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  • Number: 9781616141943
  • Release: April 2010
  • Author: George Mann
  • Genre: Romance
  • Tags: Steampunk
  • Publisher: Pyr / Prometheus / Humanity
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1926. New York. The Roaring Twenties. Jazz. Flappers. Prohibition. Coal-powered cars. A cold war with a British Empire that still covers half of the globe. Yet things have developed differently to established history. America is in the midst of a cold war with a British Empire that has only just buried Queen Victoria, her life artificially preserved to the age of 107. Coal-powered cars roar along roads thick with pedestrians, biplanes take off from standing with primitive rocket boosters, and monsters lurk behind closed doors and around every corner. This is a time in need of heroes. It is a time for The Ghost. A series of targeted murders are occurring all over the city, the victims found with ancient Roman coins placed on their eyelids after death. The trail appears to lead to a group of Italian American gangsters and their boss, who the mobsters have dubbed "The Roman." However, as The Ghost soon discovers, there is more to The Roman than at first appears, and more bizarre happenings that he soon links to the man, including moss-golems posing as mobsters and a plot to bring an ancient pagan god into the physical world in a cavern beneath the city. As The Ghost draws nearer to The Roman and the center of his dangerous web, he must battle with foes both physical and supernatural and call on help from the most unexpected of quarters if he is to stop The Roman and halt the imminent destruction of the city.