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John Linwood Grant



John Linwood Grant lives in Yorkshire with a pack of lurchers and a beard. He may also have a family. When he's not chronicling the adventures of Mr Bubbles, the slightly psychotic pony, he writes a range of supernatural, horror and speculative tales, some of which are actually published. You can find him every week on greydogtales.com, often with his dogs.
 


Genres: Historical Mystery, Horror
 
New and upcoming books
May 2024

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Ain't No Witch
 
Series contributed to
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Dark Tide Horror Novellas
   11. Sherlock Holmes and The Arcana of Madness (2023) (with Naching T Kassa and Angela Yuriko Smith)
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John Linwood Grant recommends
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The Ghost Finders (2021)
Adam McOmber
"More than the traditional occult detective fare, this intricate novel manages to intertwine period fascination with spiritualism/occultism and the question of those greater cosmic forces which might be lurking in the wings. This is a skilful blend of interesting characters, conflicting loyalties and betrayals which, with a wry-and purposeful-nod to Hope Hodgson's Carnacki the Ghost Finder, also questions the whole endeavour of investigating the supernatural. Clever and intriguing."
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The Occultists (2020)
Polly Schattel
"An Edwardian tapestry of ceaseless occult war and worldwide political struggle … Schattel surprises by skillfully reanimating old tropes as she explores dreadful personal loss, unexpected betrayal, and dogged persistence. With its memorable monstrosities—both human and other—its conflicted protagonist, and a plot full of twists, The Occultists is a fascinating tale of both the esoteric and the mundane."

Books containing stories by John Linwood Grant
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Mystery Murder Madness Mythos (2023)
edited by
Glynn Owen Barrass and Brian M Sammons
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Lonely Hollows (2023)
15 Tales of Folk Horror
edited by
Cliff Biggers and Charles R Rutledge
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Terror Tales of the West Country (2022)
(Terror Tales)
edited by
Paul Finch

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Award nominations
2021 Shirley Jackson Award for Single-Author Collection (nominee) : Where All is Night, and Starless


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