Featured Books

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Sherlock Holmes

The Red Tower

A locked room, a grisly death, a haunted tower. And Dr Watson at the heart of it.

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Sherlock Holmes

A Betrayal in Blood

A murdered count, a conspiracy writ in scarlet… A case for Sherlock Holmes.

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Featured Games

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The Walking Dead:

All Out War

A tense, strategic skirmish game of post-apocalyptic survival.

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Welcome

I’m Mark Latham (no, not that one): I write fiction of the weird, fantastical, dark and sometimes historical kind. I design tabletop games along those same lines. I used to edit White Dwarf magazine (cool, right?). I also bake bread, sing (kinda), and get walked regularly by a gigantic hound, but that’s probably not why you’re here.

For information on my books and games, check out the links above. For more about me, click below.

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One of the best pieces of science fiction literature to come out this year.

- Atomic Moo

The Elder Scrolls: Call To Arms is really something special, and if you’re into the original series and interested in wargaming, this should be a no-brainer.

- TechRaptor

Victorian London comes alive in ways that even Conan Doyle couldn’t imagine.

- James Lovegrove

Sherlockians are in for a treat.

- Publisher’s Weekly

A terrific follow up to the excellent Lazarus Gate.

- Space Couch

Great fun, mixing elements of Sherlock Holmes and H.P. Lovecraft, James Bond and H.G. Wells.

- Barnes & Noble

Latham mixes cultism, ghosts, and modern photography with great skill, and his bleak ending gave me goosebumps.

- Gingernuts of Horror

The best of this volume is “The Cuckoo’s Hour” by rising pastiche star Mark A. Latham.

- Publisher's Weekly

A story with a scale somehow intimate and epic at the same time.

- Nik Vincent-Abnett