The Case of The Scream in the Smog (Part 1) 

When Mr O'Mooney makes the perilous walk from the train station to his home in Peabody Square, Shadwell, London, in the midst of a thick smog, little does he know what horror awaits him. This brand new Bow Street Society Casebook short story is available to Gaslight Gazette subscribers before anyone else. Part 2 will be released in February's Gaslight Gazette but Part 1 can be requested from T.G. Campbell by new subscribers. Special thanks also go to Christine Wagg, Historian at the Peabody Trust for her assistance with the research for this story. 


Slang Word of the Month

Discover an authentic Victorian slang word or phrase and read about its origins.


Announcement of Christmas Giveaway Winner

The winner of the 2021/2022 Christmas Giveaway is announced.


Exclusive 2022 Bow Street Society Calendar offer

Subscribers to the Gaslight Gazette have been given the opportunity to purchase one of a very limited nubmer of Bow Street Society calendars.


Campbell's Cookery: Mutton Tea

This month's recipe comes courtesy of Domestic and Economical Cookery Recipes with Special Hints on Gas Cooking (published 1898). and more!   


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THE CASE OF THE FEARFUL FATHER

& OTHER STORIES
(Bow Street Society Casebook Volume 5)

Available on Amazon Kindle (all devices), via Kindle Unlimited, and Paperback
​Edited by Sue Soares.​​​

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THE CASE OF THE MAXWELL MURDER
(Bow Street Society Mystery, #5)
Available on Amazon Kindle (all devices), via Kindle Unlimited, and Paperback

​Edited by Sue Soares.​​​

 A month has passed since the dramatic events at the Walmsley Hotel, but both the Bow Street Society and Scotland Yard continue to reel from their repercussions. Guilt-ridden over the Society’s part in the suspension of Inspector Conway, Miss Trent is doing all she can to help whilst maintaining the veil of secrecy around their mutual friend. Yet even they hadn’t foreseen the tragedy that is about to occur. A tragedy that will shock the Bow Street Society to its core… ​​

In January's blog T.G. Campbell discusses her tips and tricks for juggling a demanding writing schedule with her other commitments. The blog includes her thoughts on tracking word count, editing, and much more. 

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EPISODE 4: THE DIVULGING DISCOURSE


​In this month's episode:

Meet the Bow Street Society members
Hosts T.G. Campbell and Richard A. Boxshall talk to characters from the books, illusionist Mr Percy Locke and his wife and medical doctor Dr Lynette Locke. The Lockes are interviewed together in their home. Unsurprisingly, it has plenty of amusing responses you'd expect to come from a married couple talking about their life together.


A glimpse into the real Bow Street CID
T.G. and Richard have a fascinating chat with retired Metropolitan Police officer Dave Barrowcliffe. Dave worked in the Criminal Investigation Department at Bow Street police station in the 1960s. Prior to this, he worked for a month in the Criminal Records Office at Scotland Yard. For those whom the world of policing is completely alien to them, Dave's recounting of his experiences will both amuse and intrigue. Especially since Inspector Woolfe from the Bow Street Society books is based at the Bow Street police station.


Who is Richard A. Boxshall?
T.G. has a chat with fellow host Richard to get to the heart of who he is and what makes him tick.


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Getting lots done in little time

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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. 

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The Case of The Fearful Father & Other Stories is the fifth volume of shorter mysteries to feature the group. Wherein they must solve peculiar problems posed by their colourful array of clients, such as: “how is a thief using newspaper advertisements to commit his crimes?”, “How did a burglar disappear from a locked room?” and “What made a teetotaller violently sick during a visit to the Blue Lily?” These are just some of the questions the Bow Street Society must answer to expose the fantastic truths behind these bizarre cases.​​