The True History of the Strange Brigade

The True History of the Strange Brigade

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Overview

A SAFARI INTO DANGER!

There are remote corners of the British Empire where the supernatural lurks and the shadows linger, where few dare go and fewer return.

A TIME FOR HEROES!

This is the world of the little-known Department of Antiquities -- the so-called "Strange Brigade" -- tasked with confronting ancient and terrible evils that threaten us all. But who are these mysterious adventurers?

EIGHT RIP-ROARING NEW ADVENTURES!

Join rising stars Cassandra Khaw, Gaie Sebold, Tauriq Moosa, Guy Adams, Jonathan L. Howard, Mimi Mondal, Patrick Lofgren and Joseph Guthrie as they delve into the hidden origins of some of the Brigade's finest, and marvel at these never-before-seen tales of our fearless and unflinching heroes...

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781786181183
Publisher: Rebellion Publishing Ltd
Publication date: 08/01/2018
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 304
Sales rank: 657,851
File size: 503 KB

About the Author

By day, Cassandra Khaw works as the business developer for Singaporean publisher Ysbryd Games. By night, she moonlights as a freelance technology reporter for places like PC Gamer and The Verge, while still writing exorbitant amounts of fiction.

Gaie Sebold has written several novels, a number of short stories, and a slightly disturbing amount of poetry. Her novel include Babylon Steel, the sequel Dangerous Gifts, and Shanghai Sparrow. She lives in leafy suburbia with writer David Gullen and a paranoid cat, runs writing workshops, grows vegetables, and cooks a pretty good borscht.

Tauriq Moosa is a contributor to the Guardian, Daily Beast and other publications. He focuses on ethics, justice, technology and pop culture. His work has been referred to by The New York Times, the Washington Post, Forbes and other places. He once debated Desmond Tutu about god.

Guy Adams is the author of the Heaven's Gate trilogy – The Good, The Bad and The Infernal, Once Upon a Time in Hell, and For a Few Souls More – as well as many audio adventures for Big Finish's Doctor Who range.

Jonathan L. Howard has worked as a scriptwriter and video game writer, including writing credits on the highly successful Broken Sword series of video games. His first novel, Johannes Cabal the Necromancer, was published in 2009.


David Thomas Moore is the Fiction Commissioning Editor at Rebellion Publishing, and the editor of Holmesian alternate-universe anthology Two Hundred and Twenty-One Baker Streets, Shakespearean shared-world Monstrous Little Voices, Stokerian pseudohistory Dracula: Rise of the Beast and Kiplingesque anti-colonial anthology Not So Stories. Australian by birth, he lives in Reading, England with his wife and daughter.
Cassandra Khaw writes many things. Mostly these days, she writes horror and video games and occasional flirtations with chick-lit. Her work can be found in venues like Clarkesworld, Fireside Fiction, Uncanny, Lightspeed, Nightmare, and more. A Song for Quiet was her latest novella from Tor.com, a piece of Lovecraftian Southern Gothic that she worries will confuse those who purchased Bearly a Lady, her frothy paranormal romantic comedy.
Gaie Sebold was born in the US to an American father and English mother, and has lived in the UK most of her life. She now resides in that bit of South East London known as 'not as bad as New Cross.' She began writing shortly after learning to read, and has produced a large number of words, many of them different. She has worked as a cleaner (don't laugh, Mum), secretary, till-monkey, stage-tour-manager and editor, and now works for a charity and runs occasional writing workshops. She is an obsessive reader, enthusiastically inefficient gardener and occasional poet. She has a wonderful boyfriend, a paranoid cat and too much stuff.
Guy Adams lives with genius and writer A.K. Benedict in Rochester, Kent. He’s the author of the Heaven’s Gate trilogy of weird westerns, the Clown Service books and the Deadbeat novels. He’s written countless hours of audio drama for Big Finish, from a wide range of Doctor Who titles to an adaptation of HG Wells’ The Shape of Things to Come and the original horror series Blind Terror: The Gods of Frost. In comics he writes Rogue Trooper, Ulysses Sweet: Maniac for Hire and Max Normal for 2000 AD. With his comics husband, Jimmy Broxton, he is the co-creator of Goldtiger, the sixties newspaper strip that never existed... until now.
Jonathan L. Howard has worked as a scriptwriter and video game writer, including writing credits on the highly successful Broken Sword series of video games. His first novel, Johannes Cabal the Necromancer, was published in 2009.

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