Barking Mad: A Reginald Spiffington Mystery

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The year is 1931. The scene is wolfishly classic English fare. And tonight the moon hangs as full as a royal pie plate in this inaugural Reginald Spiffington mystery. Imagine touring the grounds of an Agatha Christie English manor with P.G. Wodehouse as your guide, only to find Lon Chaney Jr. wandering the estate. A fresh, literary twist on the whodunit from author Jamieson Ridenhour. More

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About Jamieson Ridenhour

Jamieson Ridenhour is the author of the dashingly witty werewolf murder-mystery Barking Mad (Typecast, 2011), the editor of the Valancourt edition of the 1872 lesbian vampire novella Carmilla (2009), and the creator of the short fairy tale horror films Cornerboys (2009) and The House of the Yaga (2011). His fiction and poetry has appeared in Weird Tales, Strange Horizons, The Lumberyard, Dissections, Underneath the Juniper Tree, and others. He lives in North Dakota where he lectures on vampires and Charles Dickens, plays guitar with the occasional rock and roll outfit Blind Mice, and drinks coffee. Coffee.


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Review by: Deborah Lorenz on June 26, 2013 :
I just read this book, and I have to say, it was a delightful surprise. It's as if Jeeves and Wooster meet the werewolf crowd. The author's use of words, and the phrases he has his characters using are so hilarious, I often had to stop and read a passage out loud just so I could actually HEAR the way the words came together. The story itself is refreshing and creative. In this day of "me too" authoring, this book stands out as a clearly new and completely rewarding new voice, and I absolutely loved it.
I am looking forward to reading the sequel.
(reviewed the day of purchase)

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