Hauling Like A Brooligan

Stephen Gallagher

Category: The Bedlam Detective

  • Bedlam Detective first review

    Thanks to Bill Schafer at Subterranean Press for forwarding this Publishers Weekly starred review: FictionThe Bedlam DetectiveStephen Gallagher. Crown, $25 (256p) ISBN 978-0-307-40664-4Set in England in 1912, this masterful whodunit from Gallagher (Red, Red Robin) introduces Sebastian Becker, a former policeman and Pinkerton agent who now works as the special investigator to the Masters of […]

  • The Bedlam Detective

    I’ve just had word that the jacket art is locked, so here it is. The book will be published in hardcover on February 7th by Crown. The story features ex-Pinkerton man Sebastian Becker, last seen arriving in England with his family at the end of The Kingdom of Bones. He installs his family in cheap […]

  • My Lost Worlds

    There’s no cover image yet for The Bedlam Detective, so here’s my first edition of The Lost World instead. If it looks a little shabby that’s because it cost me less than thirty quid, and that from a dealer who specialised in Conan Doyle material and knew its worth. So I knew it wasn’t a […]

  • The Bedlam Detective

    New book coming. If you were waiting, sorry to have made you wait so long. Issues mostly beyond my control. (This isn’t it, by the way. This is the Italian paperback of The Kingdom of Bones, which just came in.)The Bedlam Detective picks up Sebastian Becker’s story in 1912, one year after the conclusion of […]