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by Basil Copper
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  • Author:
    Basil Copper
  • ISBN:
    0709191030
  • ISBN13:
    978-0709191032
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  • Publisher:
    Robert Hale Ltd (May 1983)
  • Pages:
    192 pages
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Pressure-Point (1983). Hard Contract (1983). The Narrow Corner (1983).

5 February 1924 London, United Kingdom. The volume received the 2009 British Fantasy Award for Best Non-Fiction. In March 2010, Darkness, Mist and Shadow: The Collected Macabre Tales of Basil Copper was launched at the Brighton World Horror Convention as a two-volume set by PS Publishing. Not After Nightfall (Four Square Books, 1967). Pressure-Point (1983).

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Basil Copper’s most popular book is The Great White Space.

He has written over fifty books and scripts. In addition to fantasy and horror, Copper is known for his series of Solar Pons stories continuting the character created by August Derleth, although tensions between Copper and the Estate of August Derleth make any further Solar Pons stories unlikelyFactdate October 2008. He also wrote the long-running hard-boiled detective stories of "Mike Faraday" (58 novels from 1966 to 1988).

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Flag as Inappropriate. Are you certain this article is inappropriate? Excessive Violence Sexual Content Political, Social. He became a full-time writer in 1970. In addition to horror and detective fiction, Copper was perhaps best known for his series of Solar Pons stories continuing the character created as a tribute to Sherlock Holmes by August Derleth.

And Afterward, the Dark. Wagenknecht, E. Introduction. The Janissaries of Emilion. Archives of the dead. The flabby men. Read online.

The Dark Mirror (A Mike Faraday Mystery Book 1). Basil Copper. The Great White Space. Night Frost (A Mike Faraday Mystery Book 2). No Flowers for the General (A Mike Faraday Mystery Book 3). Dr Porthos and other stories. And Afterward, the Dark.

Mike Faraday, the laconic LA. private investigator goes into the grocery trade in a big way in his 38th adventure and finds it the most dangerous business in the world. Aided by his blonde secretary Stella, Mike is at first inclined to be sceptical when Isaac Fennell, a wealthy grocer, brings some samples of his wares to Mike's office. But he soon changes tack when he discovers tins of cheap fish contain the choicest Russian caviar and Scotch salmon while another miracle has converted vinegar into the finest burgundy. Involved in a multi-million dollar racket, in which Mike is almost beaten to death; shot at twice by a professional hit-man ; and finds an intending informant strangled with a pair of wire cheese-cutters; are as diverse a cast as even Mike has ever come across. They include Moss, the manager of Holliman's warehouse; Big Leo and his three hit-men; Brophy, the dumbest house-dick this side of a Marx Brothers film; Fennell himself; Alex Rivera, who wants out of a dangerous game; Krauss, the accountant; and a Famous Face. In a blazing finale Mike enters the world of high politics. Another for Mike's ever-growing band of admirers.