Interviews and reviews in national broadsheets. Extracts and reviews on crime and books websites. Interviews, extracts and reviews in crime, entertainment and lifestyle magazines. Promotion on Titanbooks.com and Titanbooks social media channels. Re-workings of Arthur Conan Doyle's characters continue to be widely popular in books and on television. This is a unique and exciting take on the Sherlock Holmes universe that will appeal to fans of both classic crime and fantasy. The plot cleverly combines Sherlockian themes with comedic fantasy - the author has a background in improv and has performed with Ryan Stiles and Wayne Brady of Whose Line Is It Anyway? A brand new and thoroghly original addition to the growing and popular Titan range of Sherlock titles. It sits alongside Titan's Further Adventures, New Adventures, Cthulhu Casebooks and Encounters anthology series. G.S. Denning has previously been published in popular games company 'Wizards of the Coast' and has written a video-game script for Nintendo.
G.S. Denning was born in Seattle, Washington. He has published articles for games company ' Wizards of the Coast, worked as an editor, written a video-game script for Nintendo, and written and performed shows at the Epcot Center, Walt Disney World. With a background in improv, Gabe has performed with Ryan Stiles and Wayne Brady, and he currently has a play running in Seattle. He now lives in Las Vegas with his wife and two children.
"With more twists than a Victorian corset, this is Sherlock for the mash-up generation. Tongue-in-cheek, knowing tales, with dollops of Penny Dreadful and a side salad of Atlantis": William Sutton, author of Lawless and the Devil of Euston Square; "Irreverent, hilarious and a ripping good yarn to boot. A must for all those who like their Holmes on the wilder side": George Mann, author of Sherlock Holmes: The Spirit Box.