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The Metatemporal Detective

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The Metatemporal Detective
Metatemporal detective.jpg
Dust-jacket from the first edition
AuthorMichael Moorcock
Cover artistJohn Picacio
CountryUnited States
LanguageEnglish
GenreFantasy
PublisherPyr
Publication date
2007
Media typePrint (hardback)
Pages327
ISBN978-1-59102-596-2
OCLC154711419
823/.914 22
LC ClassPR6063.O59 M47 2007

The Metatemporal Detective is a collection of short fiction by British fantasy writer Michael Moorcock [1].

The stories chart the adventures of the Holmesian detective Sir Seaton Begg, his trusty sidekick Dr. Taffy Sinclair and his complex relationship with his cousin, nemesis, and occasional ally, Monsieur Zenith. The stories are set in an eclectic range of times and places and were written over the course of Moorcock's long career. The book features characters from the Moorcock 'multiverse' including the ubiquitous Una Persson. Begg owes much to the character of Sexton Blake, the eponymous magazine on which Moorcock began his literary career in his mid teens. Publishers Weekly termed the stories rather too 'broad' in their parody of established detective tropes [2].

Begg makes other appearances in Moorcock's work, most recently in Zenith Lives! and The Immortal Seaton Begg, both from Obverse Books.

Contents

  • "The Affair of the Seven Virgins"
  • "Crimson Eyes"
  • "The Ghost Warriors"
  • "The Girl Who Killed Sylvia Blade"
  • "The Case of the Nazi Canary"
  • "Sir Milk-and-Blood"
  • "The Mystery of the Texas Twister"
  • "London Flesh"
  • "The Pleasure Garden of Felipe Sagittarius"
  • "The Affair of Le Bassin des Hivers"
  • "The Flaneur des Arcades de l'Opera"

References

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