Beyond Rue Morgue (Anthology)

Beyond Rue Morgue (Anthology)

by EdgarAllanPoe (Author), JoeRLansdale (Author), PaulKane (Author), Charles Prepolec (Author)


Poe's 'The Murders in the Rue Morgue' introduced the world to its first literary detective, Le Chevalier C. Auguste Dupin, and established many literary devices used in future fictional detectives, including Sherlock Holmes and Hercule Poirot. Beyond Rue Morgue invites its authors to continue Dupin's exploits, while retaining that touch of the strange and macabre for which Poe's work is so well known.


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Format: Paperback
Pages: 400
Publisher: Titan Books
Published: 26 Jul 2013

ISBN 10: 1781161755
ISBN 13: 9781781161753

Media Reviews
A great collection of shorts. - Retrenders

It's an impressive project that, as far as I'm concerned, was a full success. I highly recommend getting of the most interesting Titan Books releases in recent memory. - Trash Mutant

Some stories are crafted so well that you never really see the end coming. - Geek Mundo

An interesting and unique homage to the world's first literary detective. - Paper Droids

This was a very enjoyable collection of stories that ranged from straight-up mysteries to macabre tales of supernatural horror. Highly recommended. - Fandom Post

Beyond Rue Morgue is a brilliant collection for those who delight in the tales of Edgar Allen Poe, or just like their detective fiction a bit more on the macabre side of things. - Geek Girl Project

All you really need to know is that these are all well-crafted stories deserving of your time. This is a must have. - Horror Novels

Mystery fans will love following Dupin's deductions and trying to guess ahead of him. If you like a bit of horror, there's plenty of that too. Beyond Rue Morgue is an excellent collection for anyone who loves a bit of mystery in life. - With An Accent

Author Bio
Kane is a sci-fi, fantasy and horror author and journalist, and co-edited the horror anothology Hellbound Hearts. Prepolec irecently edited the Sherlock Holmes anthologies Gaslight Grimoire and Gaslight Arcanum. Poe was an author, poet, editor and critic, best known for his tales of mystery and the macabre.