Showing posts with label London. Show all posts
Showing posts with label London. Show all posts

Friday, August 14, 2009

London secondhand bookstore swag, part 2

I already had a copy of J.T.'s Hundredth, but it does have a Wold Newton Family tree chart in it (only the third book to do so following Phil Farmer's Tarzan Alive and Doc Savage, and done with Farmer's blessing), so it seemed worth picking up an extra copy.

The James Bond and C.S. Lewis books are, of course, duplicates, picked up
for the unique covers on the British editions.

Thursday, July 30, 2009

PEMBERLEY HOUSE - Key historical scene reenacted & shipping update!

Subterranean Press has announced that The Evil in Pemberley House is at the printer and expected to ship in 2-3 weeks.

That seems a good excuse as any to post these pictures of a scene of critical historical significance to the events in Pemberley House, the murder of Charles Augustus Milverton. The murderess is a major character in Pemberley House. Pictures taken at the Sherlock Holmes Museum, 221B Baker Street, London, 25 July 2009.

The Baker Street tube station - 25 July 2009