A new incarnation of Sherlock Holmes in a supernatural London, in the brilliant new novel from award-winning author Katherine Addison
From the moment Dr J. Doyle takes lodgings in Baker Street with the angel Crow, he becomes intimately acquainted with the supernatural and criminal worlds of London.
But living with a rogue angel is not so easy; the pair find themselves drawn into mystery after mystery, from a man kidnapped by a vampire nest to Jack the Ripper's horrific murders.
And besides Doyle's nightmares and shapeshifting, there is the lingering problem of Crow's sense of belonging and the worry that he might Fall....
"A new Katherine Addison book is a cause for celebration. Break out the champagne, this one's a treat!" - ELLEN KLAGES, author of Passing Strange, winner of the British Fantasy Award and World Fantasy Award
"Each book Addison writes is a highly-polished and gorgeously set gem. The Angel of Crows is no exception." - FRAN WILDE, Nebula-winning, Hugo and World Fantasy Nominated author of Updraft and The Fire Opal Mechanism
"... remarkably compelling and fascinating" - io9, on The Goblin Emperor
"With its subtle, intricate, fascinating worldbuilding and a hero who succeeds through empathy and patience rather than brawn, The Goblin Emperor is absolutely unique among recent fantasy novels, and it delighted me from beginning to end. I wish I could read a dozen more books set in the Elflands." - KATHERINE ARDEN, bestselling author of The Bear And The Nightingale, on The Goblin Emperor