Henry Anderson is an author and blogger. A complete list of his posts can be found here.
He recently argued that Edgar Allan Poe’s first detective hero was not the famous Auguste Dupin, but a bewildered man unable to solve a massive mystery.
Henry’s first novel “The Mouth” is out now.
“When Jack’s family is killed, his only chance of survival is to travel through “The Mouth” – a device that opens doors into other worlds.”
A Goodreads review described the book as “a bleak, bloody and violent story that rockets along at breakneck speed… For anyone 16+ who enjoys reading dark Sci-Fi / Fantasy, I thoroughly recommend ‘The Mouth.’ It is an exciting, satisfying read, with a great main character in Jack and an upbeat ending.”
Henry’s new novel, “Cape Misfortune,” will be out soon.
While you’re here, check out some short stories.
In “The Spa” – a terminally-ill journalist visits a haunted village. In the steampunk-inspired “Tales From New Berlin“, published on Wattpad, a self-styled “gentleman adventurer” confronts increasingly terrifiying imysteries.