If you are a fan of H. P. Lovecraft’s Cthuthu Mythos, you might find these novels of Brian Lumley entertaining. Lumley is best known for his Necroscope series. But early in his career, Lumley wrote these horror novels which TOR Books reprinted in the late 1990s. The books are available online and in most libraries. Titus Crow is a an amalgam of Sherlock Holmes and Indiana Jones. Volume One is an omnibus edition of The Burrowers Beneath (giant malignant worms!) and The Transition of Titus Crow (attack of the Hounds of Tindalos!). Volume Two includes The Clock of Dreams and Spawn of the Winds. Volume Three concludes with In the Moons of Borea and Elysia . Try as he might, Lumley cannot capture the trademark Lovecraft dread in these novels. Yes, scary horrible things attack our hero. But the atmosphere cannot approach Lovecraft’s best work like “The Dunwich Horror” or “Pickman’s Model.” Still, I found these Cthuthu Mythos novels amusing and you might too.