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The Somnambulist and the Psychic Thief: Jesperson and Lane Book I

Lisa Tuttle

8 Reviews

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Jesperson and Lane, Fiction, Crime & mystery, Historical mysteries, Fantasy

Should you find yourself in need of a discreet investigation into any sort of mystery, crime or puzzling circumstances, think of Jesperson and Lane . . .

'[A] lively, entertaining blend of murder mystery and supernatural adventure' George R. R. Martin

Should you find yourself in need of a discreet investigation, think of Jesperson and Lane . . .

For several years Miss Lane was companion, collaborator and friend to the lady known to the Psychical Society only as Miss X - until she discovered that Miss X was actually a fraud.

Now Miss Lane works with Mr Jasper Jesperson as a consulting detective, but the cases are not as plentiful as they might be and money is getting tight - until a wife's concern for her husband's nocturnal ramblings piques their interest, and mediums begin to disappear all over London.

There is only one team with the imagination and intelligence to uncover the nefarious purpose behind the vanished psychics and the somnambulist's wanderings.

Jesperson and Lane: at your service.

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Praise for The Somnambulist and the Psychic Thief: Jesperson and Lane Book I

  • Tuttle does a lovely job of putting us back in the foggy streets of Victorian London in this lively, entertaining blend of murder mystery and supernatural adventure. Arthur Conan Doyle would have approved. - George R. R. Martin, Bestselling author of Game of Thrones

  • Lisa Tuttle has created a most engaging detective duo in Jasper Jesperson and Miss Lane ... an intriguing and thoroughly enjoyable mystery - Mark Douglas Home, author of The Sea Detective and The Woman Who Walked Into The Sea

  • Lisa Tuttle has been writing remarkable, chilling short stories and powerful, haunting novels for many years now, and doing it so easily and so well that one almost takes it, and her, for granted - Neil Gaiman on Lisa Tuttle

  • [Lisa Tuttle] has a prize-winning knack of doing what a lot of fantasy writers can only dream of: making the impossible seem everyday, and writing legend in such a way that it seems like a very present and nerve-tingling possibility - Scots Magazine on Lisa Tuttle

  • A wonderful mystical journey through the darkened rooms of Victorian seances and stagecraft - beautifully written and researched. I absolutely loved it - Alison Littlewood, author of A Cold Season

  • A fitting tale of intrigue that makes for a thoroughly enjoyable read . . . thrilling and entertaining story. 9/10 - Starburst Magazine

  • A well-written, entertaining mystery and solid series opener. I look forward to reading the next book and have a feeling this series will get better with every instalment - Art and Soul

  • Zips along, with peril, a real, melodramatic villain - you can almost here the moustache twirling and hear his laughter - a truly evil plot and a dramatic denouement . . . easily give[s] Holmes and Watson a run for their money - Blue Book Balloon

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Lisa Tuttle

Lisa Tuttle was born and raised in Texas, but moved to Britain in the 1980s. She now lives with her writer husband and their daughter on the side of a Scottish loch. She has written more than a dozen fantasy, science fiction and horror novels.

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