Necroscope
THE NOVELS AND COLLECTIONS & SHORT STORIES/NOVELLAS

The English Publications : Chronologically : First Publication (Also Subterranean Press Editions.)

Necroscope. Grafton, 1986, (UK). Paperback.

Necroscope II: Wamphyri! Grafton, 1989, (UK). Paperback.

Necroscope III: The Source. Grafton, 1989, (UK). Paperback.

Necroscope IV: Deadspeak. TOR Books, 1990. (US) Paperback.

Necroscope V: Deadspawn. TOR Books, 1991. (US) Paperback.

Necroscope VI: Vampire World I: Blood Brothers. TOR Books, 1992. (US) Hardcover.

Necroscope VII: Vampire World II: The Last Aerie. TOR Books, 1993. (US) Hardcover.

Necroscope VIII: Vampire World III: Bloodwars. TOR Books, 1994. (US) Hardcover.

Necroscope IX: Necroscope: The Lost Years, Volume I. Hodder & Stoughton, 1995, (UK). Hardcover.

Necroscope X: The Lost Years, Volume II. Hodder & Stoughton, 1996. (UK) Hardcover.

Necroscope XI: E-Branch: Invaders. Hodder & Stoughton, 1999, (UK). Hardcover.

Necroscope XII: Necroscope: Defilers. TOR Books, 2000. (US) Hardcover.

Necroscope XIII: Necroscope: Avengers. Hodder & Stoughton, 2001, (UK). Hardcover.

Necroscope XIV: Necroscope: The Touch. Tor Books June 2006 (US) Hardcover.
Harry Keogh and Other Weird Heroes. TOR Books, 2003.

Necroscope. Subterranean Press 2006. (US) Deluxe slipcase, Numbered Slipcase. Standard HC.

Harry and the Pirates. Tor Books 2009. (US) Hardcover. Contents: For the Dead Travel Slowly, Harry and the Pirates, Old Man With A Blade.

The Plague-Bearer. 2010. Subterranean Press.

Necroscope: The Plague-Bearer. Subterranean Press 2011. (US) Hardcover.

Necroscope: The Möbius Murders. 2013. Subterranean Press.

Stories & Novellas

Dead Eddy. Harry Keogh: Necroscope and Other Weird Heroes, Tor Books, U.S., 2003. (US)

Dinosaur Dreams. Harry Keogh: Necroscope and Other Weird Heroes, Tor Books, 2003. (US)

For the Dead Travel Slowly. Necroscope: Harry and the Pirates, Solaris, UK, 2009. (UK)

Harry and the Pirates. Necroscope: Harry and the Pirates, Solaris, 2009. (UK)

In Dublin's Fair City (Molly Malone). Dark Discoveries Magazine, January 2017 issue #37.

Old Man With A Blade. Necroscope: Harry and the Pirates, Solaris, 2009. (UK)

Resurrection.  Harry Keogh: Necroscope and Other Weird Heroes, Tor Books, 2003. (US)
US Hardcovers & Paperbacks
UK Hardcovers
Comics
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Artwork
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WHO/WHAT IS A NECROSCOPE®?

Years ago this definition was used in the original Necroscope® printing in the UK by Grafton. (The jacket with the nasty half
flesh/halfbone skull and red spine.)

Why this definition never appeared in the US editions I don’t know … it would have certainly answered the question to all the US
readers who wanted to know then and still want to know now.

Here is Brian Lumley’s definition of a Necroscope® as taken from the inside of above mentioned book.

The following material is copyright © Brian Lumley (2013 to infinity and beyond). It is not to be used in any other publication
without express permission from Brian Lumley ... which won't happen as Necroscope® is a registered trademark
of Brian Lumley.

DEFINITIONS:

Tele- (Gk. tele: ‘far’.) A telescope is an optical instrument which enlarges images of distant objects. For example: the surface of the
Moon may be viewed as from only a few hundred miles away.

Micro- (Gk. mikros: ‘small’) A microscope is an optical instrument which makes small objects visible to the human eye.  Through a
microscope, a drop of ‘clear’ water is seen to contain countless unsuspected micro-organisms.

Necro- (Gk. nekros: ‘a corpse’) A Necroscope is a human instrument which permits access to the minds of the dead. Harry Keogh is a
Necroscope – he knows the thoughts of corpses in their graves.

The main difference between these instruments is this: the first two perform purely physical, one-way functions. They are incapable of
changing anything. The Moon cannot look back through the telescope; the amoeba does not know it is under microscopic scrutiny.

That’s Harry Keogh’s big problem: his talent seems to work both ways. The dead know – and they won’t lie still for it!