Herald of the Hidden & Other Stories

Herald of the Hidden is a sewn hardback of 230 vii pages, printed lithographically, with silk ribbon marker, head and tailbands, and d w.Signed, numbered edition limited to 400 copies Herald of the Hidden collects ten adventures of Ralph Tyler, an occult detective from an obscure shire in the heart of England, without private means or any special esoteric knowledge TheHerald of the Hidden is a sewn hardback of 230 vii pages, printed lithographically, with silk ribbon marker, head and tailbands, and d w.Signed, numbered edition limited to 400 copies Herald of the Hidden collects ten adventures of Ralph Tyler, an occult detective from an obscure shire in the heart of England, without private means or any special esoteric knowledge The Ralph Tyler stories first appeared in hard to find small press publications Three of the stories are previously unpublished, including two newly written for this collection Along with six further supernatural tales, all the stories are previously uncollected in book form.
Herald of the Hidden Other Stories Herald of the Hidden is a sewn hardback of vii pages printed lithographically with silk ribbon marker head and tailbands and d w Signed numbered edition limited to copies Herald of the Hi

  • Title: Herald of the Hidden & Other Stories
  • Author: Mark Valentine
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 155
  • Format: Hardcover
  • 1 thought on “Herald of the Hidden & Other Stories”

    1. A transfer, lack of time, and fascination with too many books and movies at a time had prevented me from completing this book. Fortunately, duties of an observer in an exam can be excruciatingly boring, and experiencing that yesterday, I had brought this book with me today. Now, it's over, and I am happy to state that in my humble opinion, this is Mark Valentine's best book till date. The stories involving Ralph Tyler has a robust sense of adventure and humour that I appreciated more than the un [...]

    2. Valentine's Ralph Tyler stories are of a more traditional 'occult detective' bent than those of the Connoisseur but that makes them no less enjoyable. There are several stand alone stories in this collection as well, all of which are entertaining, though special mention should be made of "Their Special Glee", which is creepy in all the right ways.

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