The Dulwich Horror & Others

by David Hambling
Release date: July 2015
Type: speculative fiction
Genres: horrorweird fiction, short stories

Cover art by Ben Baldwin. Foreword by S. T. Joshi.

Inspired by the Cthulhu Mythos of H. P. Lovecraft, this stylish new collection of adventure stories fizzes with wit and invention. They can be enjoyed separately, but read them in one sitting and the pieces fit horribly together into a larger and more terrible nightmare.

These tales constitute David Hambling’s initial foray into the realm of Lovecraftian fiction. The fertility of imagination, the crisp character delineations, and the smooth-flowing prose that we find in these seven tales leave us wishing for more of the same, and Hambling will no doubt oblige in the coming years. For now, we can sit back and relish a brace of stories that not only evoke the shade of the dreamer from Providence, but which that dreamer himself would have enjoyed to the full.

— S. T. Joshi

(from his foreword)

updated 2015-07-22

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