THE SCIENCE OF DEDUCTION: A STUDY IN GREY is a novella by John Linwood Grant that follows Captain Redvers Blake, a British officer assigned to a section of Military Intelligence that is referred to as The Special Branch. The Special Branch deals with cases that are odd or have a supernatural bent to them, sort […]Read More A STUDY IN GREY BY JOHN LINWOOD GRANT REVIEW
To celebrate Sword and Sorcery month here at Horror Delve, I wanted to find out what were some of the best pieces of fantasy fiction? To do this, I asked a great group of modern writers to list some of their favorites. First up is Willie Meikle, a prolific writer with over 20 novels and […]Read More Willie Meikle, What Are Some of Your Favorite Pieces of Fantasy Fiction?
William Hope Hodgson was born in Blackmore End, Essex in 1877. He ran away from boarding school at the age of thirteen to work at sea, eventually becoming a lieutenant in the merchant marine. Being a short man, Hodgson began a rigorous workout regiment in order to protect himself from bullying by other sailors. He […]Read More WILLIAM HOPE HODGSON