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The Unnamed: A Horror Novel of Victorian London (eBook)

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The Unnamed:
A Horror Novel of Victorian London
The Unnamed: A Horror Novel of Victorian London eBook Cover, written by Steve Brooks
The Unnamed:
A Horror Novel of Victorian London
eBook Cover, written by Steve Brooks
Author(s) Steve Brooks
Publisher Amazon Digital Services
Publication date February 24, 2019
Media type eBook
Length 175 Pages
ASIN B07P1QFN7H

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The Unnamed: A Horror Novel of Victorian London is an eBook written by Steve Brooks. In this work one of the characters is a Succubus.


Overview

  • Title: The Unnamed: A Horror Novel of Victorian London
  • Author: Steve Brooks
  • Published By: Amazon Digital Services
  • Length: 175 Pages
  • Format: eBook
  • ASIN: B07P1QFN7H
  • Publishing Date: February 24, 2019


Plot Summary

Victorian London night: a lamplighter discovers the body of a very old man lying dead in an alley.

Scotland Yard calls in the eminent physician Dr. Conan to determine the cause of death. The brilliant and opinionated Conan is often consulted by Scotland Yard. But his sometimes unorthodox solutions frequently have him butting heads with incredulous Yard officials. Despite the man's apparent age, Dr. Conan, determines the victim is no more than thirty and died as the result of rapid aging.

Together with his younger assistant Dr. Archibald “Archie” Hastings and Hasting's woman friend, the enigmatic, independent Gwyneth Rogers, the three begin an investigation that will carry them from the glittering mansions of the wealthy to the squalid hovels of the poor to the darkest heart of Victorian England. What they find will lie far beyond the boundaries of science and medicine and bring them face to face with terrors believed by the average Victorian to belong exclusively to the realms of myth and fiction.


Book Review

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