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THE CASE OF THE PECULIAR PORTRAIT

& OTHER STORIES 

(Bow Street Society Casebook Volume 2)


Available on Amazon Kindle (all devices) & Paperback

Edited by Sue Soares

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When Miss Trent is paid a late night visit by a masked stranger the Bow Street Society is plunged into its most bizarre case to date. New faces join returning members as they encounter unsolved murders, the contentious world of spiritualism, and mounting hostility from the police. Can the Society exorcise the ghosts of the past to uncover the truth, or will it, too, be lured into an early grave…?

The Case of The Spectral Shot is the third mystery to feature the Bow Street Society. The first two instalments are The Case of The Curious Client and The Case of The Lonesome Lushington consecutively. Both are available to buy from Amazon as eBooks and paperbacks, alongside the short story collection, The Case of The Shrinking Shopkeeper & Other Stories


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THE CASE OF THE SPECTRAL SHOT

(Bow Street Society Mystery, #3)

Available on Amazon Kindle (& all devices) and paperback

Edited by Sue Soares

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In addition to appearing on Writer Imperfect, T.G. Campbell was also interviewed by Writer Imperfect host and creator, Joshua Robertson, for his Book Tavern on his website. Read the full interview by clicking on the button below. 

Central artwork by Peter Spells 

The Bow Street Society Casebook is a series of shorter mysteries to feature the group, starting with The Case of The Shrinking Shopkeeper & Other Stories.

In this second volume, the Bow Street Society investigates more baffling problems posed by a colourful array of clients. Can a crime be solved before it’s committed? How have people fallen from a window that can’t be opened? How has a dead man disappeared from his own portrait? These are just some of the questions the Bow Street Society must answer to expose the fantastic truths behind these bizarre cases. 


IN THIS COLLECTION:

The Case of The Desperate Deed

The Case of The Scandalous Somnambulist

The Case of The Chilling Chamber

The Case of The Ghastly Gallop

​The Case of The Peculiar Portrait

AND

Notes from the author, T.G. Campbell

Central artwork by Peter Spells 

The Bow Street Society is a fictional group of amateur detectives, operating in Victorian London, that feature in the murder mystery writings of award winning crime author, T.G. Campbell.  Each of its civilian members has been enlisted for their unique skill or exceptional knowledge in a particular field derived from their usual occupation. Members are assigned to cases, by the Society's clerk, Miss Trent, based upon these skills and fields of knowledge. This ensures the Society may work on the behalf of their clients regardless of their client’s social class or wealth; cases that the police either can’t or won’t investigate. From an artist to an illusionist, from an architect to a veterinarian, the Bow Street Society's aim is to provide justice by all and for all.