From good friend Martin Andersson comes news that a new edition of CARNACKI, THE GHOST FINDER appeared in Sweden last year. It was published by GML Forlag which is apparently a small press over there. You can check it out and order it here:
The brief description translates as:
This book contains six fictional stories about spökdetektiven Thomas Carnacki, written by author William Hope Hodgson (1877-1918); short stories set in a gasupplyst, Edwardian England, and in which Carnacki solves mysteries and fights demons and monsters from an unseen world with the help of, among other things holy water, “hårcirklar“, the unknown grimoire of Sigsand and an electric pentacle.
My guess is that “spökdetektiven” means “ghost detective” or some such derivation. I’ve no idea what “hårcirklar” means.
Proving once again that Hodgson and Carnacki have world wide appeal! This is great to see and stay tuned for some exciting news about upcoming WHH and Carnacki publications that I hope to announce very soon.