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The Occult Detectives of C.J. Henderson

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Before The X-Files, before Buffy, his tales of P.I. Teddy London were being read and enjoyed by fans around the world. Now, for the first time ever, the absolute best of his supernatural sleuthing tales have been brought together in one incredible collection. Join him in the pages of fright-filled compilation as he furthers the careers of Lin Carter's remarkable Anton Zarn ...more
Paperback, 264 pages
Published December 20th 2002 by Dark Quest, LLC (first published 2002)
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Nancy Oakes
Very rarely do I pick up a book of short stories. Even rarer it is that I like a majority of the stories in the book. Most of the time I end up not liking more than I like. However, there are 13 stories in here that are absolutely flawless (imho).

CJ Henderson is an extremely talented writer. In this volume are stories based on HP Lovecraft's Cthuhlu mythos, featuring characters from Henderson's imagination: there's Teddy London, who investigates the supernatural along with his friends from his d
Stories I rate highly, out of the collection:

"Fleas of the Dragon"
"A Forty Share In Innsmouth"
"The Horror at Columbia Terrace"

The stories in this collection feature the grimly heroic protagonists uncovering horrors and then protecting humanity from said horrors. While Lovecraft is the only mythos creator I'm familiar with who's work Henderson builds upon, I could be easily persuaded to hunt up more of the source material based on the strength of the stories in this collection alone.

Jul 17, 2007 Trevlix rated it 5 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: Horror Lovers, Lovecraft fans
I got this book for Christmas one year and could not put it down. This got my hooked on CJ Henderson stories, especially the Teddy London stories. Highly recommended!
CJ Henderson is a master of the Occult Detective Short Story. His books are now on my "To be acquired" list.
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CJ Henderson is the creator of both the Jack Hagee hardboiled PI series and the Teddy London supernatural detective series. He is also the author of The Encyclopedia of Science Fiction Movies, several score novels, plus hundreds of short stories and thousands of non-fiction pieces. In the wonderful world of comics he has written everything from Batman an
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