This is a companion site for the novel where you can delve a little
deeper into Henrietta Jekyll's world. Featured content includes Henri's "Lost
Journal," detailed character sketches, settings and historical context,
as well as, work in progress.
Jekyll's Daughter is a faithful continuation of the famous 1886
The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, by Robert Louis Stevenson.
The story picks up some 25 years later as Henrietta Jekyll
comes upon her father's old journals and takes it upon herself to recreate
his transformative formula with unexpected result.
You must be over 18 years old.
This is not a childrens' story and
does contain certain violent and erotic elements.
About the author:
MK Alexander has been writing fiction for 20 years and has recently published five new titles, as well as several short story collections. He has been a reporter and editor for many newspapers, and worked for The New York Times for well over ten years. Winner of the BBC Short Story Award. “No genre is safe from me! One thing that irks me is the accusation that I am too subtle. I like to give my readers some credit: I always assume they are clever, educated, and have a good sense of humor…”
Note: This is copyrighted material and may not be distributed
for commercial purposes without the expressed consent of the author.
Jekyll's Daughter, copyright 2011
by MK Alexander. All Rights Reserved.
Based on the Characters created by Robert Louis Stevenson in "Dr.
Jekyll & Mr Hyde" 1886.
"Hecate or The Night of Enitharmon's Joy" circa 1795, by William
Blake (Public Domain)