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My Art for Selina Kray’s Victorian mystery romance Stoker & Bash: The Fangs of Scavo


Stoker & Bash: The Fangs of Scavo

At Scotland Yard, DI Timothy Kipling Stoker is a ghost. A master of arcane documents and niggling details who, unlike his celebrity-chasing colleagues, prefers hard work to headlines. But an invisible man is needed to unmask London’s newest amateur detective, Hieronymus Bash. A bon vivant long on flash and style but short on personal history, Bash just may be a Cheapside rogue in Savile Row finery.

When one of the four Fangs of Scavo—totems protecting the hunters who felled a pair of demonic jungle cats—disappears during a séance, Tim is forced to team with the mysterious Bash to maintain his cover. Thrust into a world of wailing mediums, man-eating lions, gun-toting ingénues, and amateur detectives with more ambition than sense, the only thing Tim can rely on is Bash’s irresistible charm. Will this case be the end of Tim’s career, or the start of a liaison with the very man he’s meant to investigate? Or will the dark forces at play be the death of them both?

And just who is Hieronymus Bash?

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