Cover images are like buses, right?  You wait ages, then three come along at once.

Well, that may not be a common experience, but it’s certainly been the case this month.  I have not one, not two, but three seethingly superlative book covers to share with you.

First up is Cthulhu Casebooks #1: The Shadwell Shadows, the first volume in my Sherlock Holmes/H.P. Lovecraft mashup trilogy.  It’s the handiwork of designer Julia Lloyd and a lovely artefact in its own right, but what if I told you that it’s going to be printed in shiny metallic ink on a leather-effect jacket?  That might make your mouth drool like that of some nameless elder god eyeing up a human sacrifice:

Cthulhu Casebooks 1

Publisher Titan Books have posted a nice cover reveal on their site.

Next up is the cover for the second volume, The Miskatonic Monstrosities.   No less eerily eldritch and furtively foggy, eh?

Cthulhu Casebook 2_Miskatonic Monstrosites

Last but not least, courtesy of artist Naj Osmani comes the cover for Age of Heroes, the new Pantheon novel.  I shall direct you to John de Nardo’s SF Signal blog post about the book, since that tells you pretty much all you need to know.

Age of Heroes cover

 

 

 

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