The Great White Space

The Great White Space by Basil Copper

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Beyond the hideous Plain of darkness, past the terrifying secret city, deep within earth’s dank uncharted caverns, a monstrous hybrid race stood guard at the entrance to the great white space.

So it was that the Great Northern Expedition ventured into the horrors of a stupendously vast underground terrain, in search of the legendary opening to another universe, peopled by an unimaginable spawn of darkness…

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Basil Copper is an English writer, one of the leading authors of the horror genre. Born February 5, 1924 in London. He worked as a journalist and newspaper editor. The first story - "The Spider" - was published in 1964, when Copper was 41 years old. In 1965, the story "Camera Obscura" was published. In 1967, the author`s first collection of stories, "Not After Nightfall", appeared, which included, in addition to the above, perhaps the most famous work of Copper - "The Janissaries of Emilion", as well as other stories. From 1966 to 1988 published detective thrillers about Mike Faraday (Mike Faraday). The series opened with The Dark Mirror (1966). Basil Copper also took part in the creation of works about the character of Auguste Derlette, Solara Pons (Solar Pons), a private detective (the prototype for him was Sherlock Holmes). The writer has released several collections of stories and a novel. Basil Copper`s stories have appeared more than once in genre and thematic antholog...

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Basil Copper is an English writer, one of the leading authors of the horror genre. Born February 5, 1924 in London. He worked as a journalist and newspaper editor. The first story - "The Spider" - was published in 1964, when Copper was 41 years old. In 1965, the story "Camera Obscura" was published. In 1967, the author`s first collection of stories, "Not After Nightfall", appeared, which included, in addition to the above, perhaps the most famous work of Copper - "The Janissaries of Emilion", as well as other stories. From 1966 to 1988 published detective thrillers about Mike Faraday (Mike Faraday). The series opened with The Dark Mirror (1966). Basil Copper also took part in the creation of works about the character of Auguste Derlette, Solara Pons (Solar Pons), a private detective (the prototype for him was Sherlock Holmes). The writer has released several collections of stories and a novel. Basil Copper`s stories have appeared more than once in genre and thematic anthologies. Basil Copper has received many awards in recent years. In 1979, the Mark Twain Society of America recognized him as a Knight for his "contributions to contemporary fiction," and the Praed Street Irregulars recognized him twice for his contribution to the Solara Pons series. Copper was a member of the Detective Writers` Association for 30 years, chaired from 1981-1982. In early 2008, his bio-bibliography Basil Copper: A Life in Books was published, edited by Stephen Jones. Died April 4, 2013