Sexton Blake's New Order (The Sexton Blake Library #5) (Paperback)
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Other Books in Series
This is book number 5 in the The Sexton Blake Library series.
- #1: Sexton Blake and the Great War (The Sexton Blake Library #1) (Paperback): Email or call for price
- #2: Sexton Blake versus the Master Crooks (The Sexton Blake Library #2) (Paperback): Email or call for price
- #3: Sexton Blake's Allies (The Sexton Blake Library #3) (Paperback): Email or call for price
- #4: Sexton Blake on the Home Front (The Sexton Blake Library #4) (Paperback): Email or call for price
As brilliant as Sherlock Holmes. As daring as James Bond. Sexton Blake, the adventuring detective, is back again!
FLYING SAUCERS, MAD SCIENTISTS AND DOUBLECROSSING VILLAINS.
The intrepid Sexton Blake enters the roaring 60’s – and it’s all happening.
Psychics and aliens clash on a secret volcanic base as the fate of the world lies in peril; the hunters become the hunted as a series of horrific murders strike a peaceful village; a scientist uses new techniques to bring ancient creatures to life; and a brilliantly planned heist gets double-crossed – and triple-crossed!
The New Age brings in a new era for the famous detective – and things are getting interesting.
“Makes Jack Reacher look like a bungling amateur... definitely not be missed.” — The Crime Review
About the Author
Mark Hodder is the author of the Philip K. Dick Award-winning novel THE STRANGE AFFAIR OF SPRING HEELED JACK and its seven sequels, and of the first officially sanctioned Sexton Blake novel to have been published in nearly half a century (he created and maintains BLAKIANA: The Sexton Blake Resource). He also writes short stories, flash fiction and vignettes. Find out more on his Patreon page. Mark was born in the UK. He has worked as a commercial radio scriptwriter, a freelance copywriter, and as a web content producer for the BBC. Since 2009, he has lived in Valencia, Spain, where he writes full-time. He and his partner have twins, Luca and Iris.
“Makes Jack Reacher look like a bungling amateur...definitely not be missed.” — The Crime Review
“Delighted to see Sexton Blake still going strong – and with such aplomb!” -- Agatha Christie
“The Sexton Blake Saga is the nearest approach to a national folk-lore” -- Dorothy L. Sayers