The editor, Christopher Ficco, does a much better job of describing the book...
"In this tome, the third installment of the Penny Dread Tales series, we explore not only the darker side of steampunk but also the black, sullied underbelly of the human condition. The nightmare of Jack the Ripper stalks these pages... drenching them in blood... twice. Slavery, the murder of the weak and helpless, dire choices of life and death: these tragedies and more become fodder for the mind, where the possessed and dispossessed steal men's lives, and in some cases, their souls.
This volume is rich with shadowy settings shrouded in fog, and the ensuing brutality is glimpsed piecemeal through windows of moonlight where dark shadows hide nefarious villains plotting murder and mayhem upon unsuspecting victims.
So, what more could you possibly ask for? My story, Interference, is a cracking little tale whose protagonist finds out that sometimes things are often not what they seem, most notably a Cooke and Wheatstone Electrical Telegraph Machine.
You can buy your copy of the book here, via this Createspace page, and also via Amazon, if you prefer to do your shopping there.
(Contributors get slightly more money if you buy through the Createspace page though!)
I hope you enjoy the book!