Beauty in Ruins reviews the Baker Johnson tales

Beauty in Ruins

Beauty in Ruins

“With Servant of the Red Quill, West picks up the story two years later, with Baker having become a poor, drunken, sullen recluse, rather than the dark sort of avenging hero we may have expected after the first chapter. While he has no interest in resurrecting the Black Room, much less ever filling it again, an unwelcome visitor drags him back into the world of parapsychology…”

Bob Milne of the Beauty in Ruins-Speculative and Imaginative Fiction review site, reviews the Baker Johnson tales!

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