SHERLOCK HOLMES VS DRACULABy Loren D. EstlemanTitan Books196 pgs There have been numerous Holmes pastiches that pit him against the King of Vampires. Some have been decent, others abysmal, and a few extremely well done. This tome falls totally in the latter category and is a great deal of fun.
A CHRISTMAS CAROL at 221 BBy Thomas MannLeague of Extraordinary Gentlemen Publishing22 pgs So we are on Amazon buying books recently when we see the cover to “A Christmas Carol at 221 B.” What? A Sherlock Holmes Christmas story. Okay, we need to read this one. We put in our
Over 65 years ago, Fellowship of the Ring, the first book in J.R.R. Tolkien’s Lord of the Rings epic was published and literature would never be the same. That one work changed the way that fantasy literature was written and received by the public. It propelled a quiet academic into
We all know of examples of fandom behaving badly, and in this episode we delve into the question of whether or not fandom is “broken”. It’s a complicated issue as we examine the interaction between fans and creators and how fans relate to other fans. We talk about how things
FIGHT CARD – SHERLOCK HOLMES A CONGRESSION OF PALLBEARERS By Andrew Salmon Fight Card 133 pgs This is the final entry in the Fight Card Sherlock Holmes trilogy as written by Canadian pulpster, Andrew Salmon. No stranger to Holmes and Watson, Salmon’s stories of the Great Detective have earned him
SHERLOCK HOLMES – DOMINO LADY Edited by Joe Gentile Moonstone Press 120 pages Normally we don’t care for “hybrid” publications. By that we refer to books that have comics strips and prose stories mixed together between two covers; neither a full out graphic novel or a traditional prose anthology. And
SHERLOCK HOLMES Blood to the Bone By Andrew Salmon A Fight Card book. 89 pages Among today’s writers of New Pulp fiction, two men have risen to the top of their generation’s class in writing new Sherlock Holmes mysteries. One of these is Canadian Andrew Salmon, the other is British
This week, the ESO crew time travels to 18th Century Scotland for some romance and adventure. Mike, Mike, Shiksa Ravelli, Amber Hansford, Elaine Whiting Sweatman, and Elizabeth Outar discuss the series of novels by Diana Gabaldon and the TV series that is bringing the source material to life. We also
By Ashley Bergner Box Office Buzz Poor Dr. Watson — just when he thinks he’s finally managed to figure out his best friend Sherlock Holmes, the detective manages to shock him again. In the new three-episode season of the popular BBC series “Sherlock,” which just finished airing in the U.S.,
Ron Fortier returns with another Pulp Fiction Review. This time out Ron takes a look at Andrew Salmon’s Fight Card: Sherlock Holmes “Work Capitol” from Fight Card Books.
On his website, Friend of the Station and New Pulp Author Win Scott Eckert shared the cover reveal for the upcoming release of Philip José Farmer’s Sherlock Holmes und die Legende von Greystoke.
New Pulp Publisher, Black Coat Press has released two new books featuring the world’s greatest consulting detective, Sherlock Holmes. Sherlock Holmes and the Vampires of Eternity by Brian Stableford and Sherlock Holmes and the Circle of Blood by Steve Leadley are now available in paperback and ebook editions.