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:
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?
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.
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