Tales of the Shadowmen 15: Trompe l'Oeil

edited by J-M. & R. Lofficier

cover by Stephan Martiniere

US$23.95/GBP 14.99 - 6x9 tpb, 300 p. - ISBN-13: 978-1-61227-813-1

Daniel Alhadeff: The Vertigo
Matthew Baugh: High Noon of the Living Dead
Adam Mudman Bezecny: Bug’s Life
Thierry Bosch: A Waltz in Norbury
Matthew Dennion: Courage on Infinite Earths
David Friend: Doctor Omega and the Future Museum
Brian Gallagher: The Skull of Boris Liatoukine
Martin Gately: Rouletabille in the House of Despair
Travis Hiltz: The Robots of Valencia
Paul Hugli: Night of the Craven Raven
Gulzar Joby: Science outraged, Science murdered!
Vincent Jounieaux: The Necropolis of Silence.
Jean-Guillaume Lanuque: Lucretius’ Maze
Nigel Malcolm: Enemies of the People
Christofer Nigro: The Anti-Adonis Alliance
John Peel: The Gutter God
Frank Schildiner: Irma Vep and the Cottage of Doom
Michel Stephan: Madame Atomos Likes Her Music
David L. Vineyard: The Theft of the Golden Asp

Trompe l'Oeil! To cheat the eye! To concoct the perfect illusion! To deceive, lie and dissemble! What better way to encapsulate the myriad of tricks employed the villains to gain the upper hand on the heroes? But do the latter always fall victins to such cunning snares? Not so -- as illustrated in the nineteen stories collected in this volume!

In this fifteenth volume of Tales of the Shadowmen, the only anthology dedicated to international heroes and villains of pulp literature, writers from England, France, Switzerland and the United States unite to pay homage to those great champions and master criminals who enchanted our adolescence.