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Sexton Blake's New Order (The Sexton Blake Library #5) (Paperback)

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By Mark Hodder (Editor)
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As brilliant as Sherlock Holmes. As daring as James Bond. Sexton Blake, the adventuring detective, is back again!


The intrepid Sexton Blake enters the roaring 60’s – and it’s all happening.

Psychics and aliens clash on a secret volcanic base as the fate of the world lies in peril; the hunters become the hunted as a series of horrific murders strike a peaceful village; a scientist uses new techniques to bring ancient creatures to life; and a brilliantly planned heist gets double-crossed – and triple-crossed!

The New Age brings in a new era for the famous detective – and things are getting interesting.

“Makes Jack Reacher look like a bungling amateur... definitely not be missed.” — The Crime Review

About the Author

Mark Hodder is the author of the Philip K. Dick Award-winning novel THE STRANGE AFFAIR OF SPRING HEELED JACK and its seven sequels, and of the first officially sanctioned Sexton Blake novel to have been published in nearly half a century (he created and maintains BLAKIANA: The Sexton Blake Resource). He also writes short stories, flash fiction and vignettes. Find out more on his Patreon page. Mark was born in the UK. He has worked as a commercial radio scriptwriter, a freelance copywriter, and as a web content producer for the BBC. Since 2009, he has lived in Valencia, Spain, where he writes full-time. He and his partner have twins, Luca and Iris.

Praise For…

“Makes Jack Reacher look like a bungling amateur...definitely not be missed.” — The Crime Review

“Delighted to see Sexton Blake still going strong – and with such aplomb!” -- Agatha Christie

“The Sexton Blake Saga is the nearest approach to a national folk-lore” -- Dorothy L. Sayers
Product Details
ISBN: 9781781088074
ISBN-10: 1781088071
Publisher: Rebellion
Publication Date: April 27th, 2021
Pages: 400
Language: English
Series: The Sexton Blake Library