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THE CASE OF THE PECULIAR PORTRAIT

& OTHER STORIES 

(Bow Street Society Casebook Volume 2)

Available on Amazon Kindle (all devices), via Kindle Unlimited, and Paperback

Edited by Sue Soares

~ "This intriguing collection of Victorian detective stories is highly atmospheric and obviously well researched."

William Coniston (Amazon.co.uk)

~ "A good read and a cracking mystery." R. Jones (Amazon.co.uk)

The following is a list of all Bow Street Society publications which are currently available to buy.  This list includes the main series of Bow Street Society books and the subseries of short stories called the Bow Street Society Casebook. All works are written by award winning crime author, T.G. Campbell, and are independently published. 

The Bow Street Society are hired by Mr Thaddeus Dorsey to locate a missing friend he knows only as ‘Palmer’ after he fails to keep a late night appointment with him. With their client’s own credibility cast into doubt mere minutes after they meet him though, the Society are forced to consider whether they’ve been sent on a wild goose chase. That is, until events take a dark turn, and the Society have to race against time to not only solve the case, but to save the very life of their client...


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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


Central artwork by Peter Spells 

~ "The Bow street society is a glimpse into old England and the colorful characters. A must read!"

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~ "The detail about the Victorian Era is amazing, you can feel like you are living in that time." Amazon Customer (Amazon.com)

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~ "This story thrived on being intricately detailed with immersive, full characters." G Dean Manuel (Amazon.com)

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THE CASE OF THE SHRINKING SHOPKEEPER

& OTHER STORIES 

(Bow Street Society Casebook Volume 1)

Available on Amazon Kindle (& all devices), via Kindle Unlimited, and paperback

Edited by Sue Soares

Central artwork by Peter Spells 

THE CASE OF THE SPECTRAL SHOT

(Bow Street Society Mystery, #3)

Available on Amazon Kindle (& all devices), via Kindle Unlimited, and paperback

Edited by Sue Soares

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THE CASE OF THE CURIOUS CLIENT
(Bow Street Society Mystery, #1)
Available on Amazon Kindle (all devices), via Kindle Unlimited, and Paperback

​Edited by Sue Soares.​​​

~ "The Case of the Curious Client was a fascinating read with an intriguing plot and plenty of twists." Lorraine (Amazon.com)

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4.70 out of 5 stars rating: Amazon.co.uk

4.30 out of 5 stars rating: Goodreads


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Central artwork by Peter Spells 

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Central artwork by Peter Spells 

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In this sequel to The Case of The Curious Client, the Bow Street Society is privately commissioned to investigate the murder of a woman whose mutilated body was discovered in the doorway of the London Crystal Palace Bazaar on Oxford Street. Scandal, lies, intrigue, and murder all await the Society as they explore the consumerist hub of the Victorian Era & its surrounding areas, glimpse the upper classes’ sordid underbelly, and make a shocking discovery no one could’ve predicted…


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THE CASE OF THE TOXIC TONIC

(Bow Street Society Mystery, #4)

Available on Amazon Kindle (& all devices), via Kindle Unlimited, and paperback

Edited by Sue Soares

~ "Reads like a classic" RitaW (Amazon.co.uk)

Central artwork by Peter Spells 

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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 VOLUME:


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

~ "I found this book better than her first." Carol (Amazon.com)

 In this volume, the opening three instalments have been brought together for the very first time. Two previously unpublished mysteries, and notes from the author explaining her inspiration behind the series, are also included. 


An illusionist, medical doctor, veterinary surgeon, architect, freelance journalist, solicitor, artist, cabman, secretary, and newspaper journalist are all called upon by the Society’s clerk, Miss Rebecca Trent, to investigate a plethora of peculiar puzzles. From a sweet-shop owner who believes he’s losing height at an alarming rate to the mysterious disappearance of a woman from inside a carriage. From a beloved family pet being the subject of a bizarre accusation, to a conversation with a dead man, to an unjust dismissal from a toy makers. Each Bow Street Society member must draw upon their knowledge and expertise to solve these baffling problems once and for all…


IN THIS VOLUME:


The Case of The Shrinking Shopkeeper

The Case of The Winchester Wife

The Case of The Perilous Pet.

The Case of The Eerie Encounter

The Case of The Christmas Crisis



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BOW STREET SOCIETY CASEBOOK

~ "I was totally hooked from the first page until the last and the ending...........WOW, I didn't see that coming!!!" 

RobL (Amazon.co.uk)

~ "This is a thoroughly enjoyable and quirky read with a colourful cast of larger-than-life characters and an intricate and absorbing plot." Dr Lawrence Youlten (Amazon.co.uk)

THE CASE OF THE LONESOME LUSHINGTON 

(Bow Street Society Mystery, #2)

Available on Amazon Kindle (& all devices), via Kindle Unlimited, and paperback

Edited by Sue Soares

This is a series of short story collections that accompanies the Bow Street Society Mystery books. Each short story features up to three Bow Street Society members investigating the quirkier and more unusual problems/cases the Society has been commissioned to solve. Subscribers to the Gaslight Gazette are given "first look" at new Casebook short stories as they are released in the Gazette first in serialised form. 

Central artwork by Peter Spells 

~ "This is a beautifully written, thoroughly researched Victorian mystery. " March Gregoroff (Amazon.ca)

~ "Campbell's keen eye for historical detail and passion for her subject makes the story come alive, in a way that could convince you into thinking it was a contemporary of Holmes." 

Amber Erskine (Amazon.co.uk)

When the Bow Street Society is called upon to assist the Women’s International Maybrick Association, it’s assumed the commission will be a short-lived one. Yet, a visit to the Walmsley Hotel in London’s prestigious west end only serves to deepen the Society’s involvement. In an establishment that offers exquisite surroundings, comfortable suites, and death, the Bow Street Society must work alongside Scotland Yard to expose a cold-blooded murderer. Meanwhile, two inspectors secretly work to solve the mystery of not only Miss Rebecca Trent’s past but the creation of the Society itself…


Set a month after the events of The Case of The Spectral Shot, The Case of The Toxic Tonic is the fourth instalment in the Bow Street Society Mystery series of novels.