Books by John MacLachlan Gray

NOT QUITE DEAD by John MacLachlan Gray
Released: Nov. 15, 2007

"Despite some clutter—Gray (White Stone Day, 2005, etc.) does tend to hyper-plot at times—this is witty, stylish, literate fun."
A saucy stew seasoned with chunks of mystery, history, romance and literary sniping between Charles Dickens and Edgar Allan Poe while both are held for ransom. Read full book review >
WHITE STONE DAY by John MacLachlan Gray
Released: Dec. 12, 2005

"Teeming with Dickensian reprobates, an elegantly written, artfully mischievous romp."
Merrie Olde England is foggy, dirty, thug-and-crime-ridden. Gray's journalist hero spends his second outing (The Fiend in Human, 2003) trying hard to keep from being murdered in it. Read full book review >
THE FIEND IN HUMAN by John MacLachlan Gray
Released: Sept. 15, 2003

"Smart, but echoing too familiarly."
Canadian composer, performer, and now first-novelist MacLachlan attempts a penetrating look at man's vile desires in a same-old serial killer tale, transported in time to 1852. Read full book review >