The Case Files of Aldicus Vescard

Crime ever turns in the Clockwork City…

Detective Aldicus Vescard knows all too well the monsters and madmen who prowl the fog-veiled streets of Corradon.

He is, after all, a monster himself.

Cursed in his errant past, his body harbors an infernal fiend of pure elemental chaos, clawing to break free and destroy all that he holds dear.

But crime ever turns in the Clockwork City, and none are more suited to investigate those sinister deeds of criminal sorcery than the city’s greatest detective magus.

With his loyal apprentice and a host of street-smart allies, Aldicus faces a crucible of villainy with only his wits and the science of forensic alchemy to aid him.

Yet, in the decaying depths far below the tick-tock city, lurks an even greater evil—a darkness that threatens not only the Clockwork City of Corradon, but the fate of their entire world.

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“Plot twists and dark sorcery abound in The Case Files of Aldicus Vescard by Mark William Chase.” – IndieReader

The Case Files of Aldicus Vescard has strong echoes of Sherlock Holmes, mixed with magic and steampunk adventure. This is the first book I’ve read by Mark William Chase, but it will not be the last.” – Readers’ Favorite

“An intriguing, fast-moving paranormal, steampunk world filled with sorcery, alchemy, some quirky characters.” – Amazon Reviewer

“The world building is excellent and engaging. This was one of the best books I have read in a long time.”- Amazon Reviewer

“A rollicking supernatural thriller worthy of the Dresden Files or the Hellequin Chronicles. Absolutely amazing!” – Amazon Canada Reviewer


The Clockwork City of Corradon is the primary setting for The Case Files of Aldicus Vescard. If you want to know more about Corradon and see a full map of the city’s districts, please visit Corradon: The Clockwork City (at mythania.com) for more information.

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