Bestselling Sherlock Holmes Books in the USA in October So Far

Posted by Steve Emecz on

It's been an exciting October for Sherlock Holmes fans and our 20% off discount code is valid until the end of the month (friendsofmx).

Here are the bestsellers so far:

1 - Sherlock Holmes and The Adventure of the Ghost Machine - book three in the Sherlock and Irene trilogy by playwright David MacGregor - originally plays and now converted into novels.

2 - Sherlock Holmes and The Pandemic of Death (Sherlock Holmes and the American Literati Book 7) - all Dan's novels are stand alone and can be read in any order. With the subject matter (the Spanish Flu plague - masks, quarantine etc) this is proving a very timely novel.

3 - The MX Book of New Sherlock Holmes Stories Part II: 1890 to 1895- the second volume in the mammoth thirty volumes collection.

4 - Don’t Go Into The Cellar, Mr Holmes! - Sherlock Holmes Stories Re-Imagined for the Stage - wonderful scripts from five Holmes adaptations performed by Jonathan Goodwin.

5 - The MX Book of New Sherlock Holmes Stories - Part VIII: Eliminate The Impossible: 1892-1905 - the eighth volume in the thirty volume collection.

6 - The Curious Cases of Sherlock Holmes – Volumes 1 & 2 - available separately as paperbacks, volumes one and two come together in this collectable hardcover.

7 - Sherlock Holmes and The Eye of Heka - the bestselling book in September by far continues to do well in October, and no wonder. With Lee Child saying “Marcum could be today's greatest Sherlockian writer, and Conan Doyle himself would be proud of this story.”

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