Lucifer Box 3: Black Butterfly: A Lucifer Box Novel - Mark Gatiss Reviews
Description:ISBN 0743483812 / Genre: Fiction / Author: Mark Gatiss / Paperback / 224 Pages / Book is published 2009-07-06 by Pocket Books
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by - written on 24/08/11 (Very useful, 85 readings)
Those of you who have read the 'Vesuvius Club' of the 'Devil in Amber' will already have come across the delights of Lucifer Box, Mark Gatiss's brilliant creation part artist, part spy and all philanderer, his sexual predilections swinging both ways. Many will know Mark Gatiss from his days with the League of Gentlemen, but in recent years he's also devoted a lot of his time to writing. As well as the Lucifer Box novels he's also regularly contributed scripts to Dr Who and Sherlock as well as writing an acclaimed ghost story drama 'Crooked House' for the BBC. We first met Lucifer as a young rakish man in Edwardian England where under his cover as ... Read the complete review
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