Sherlock Sunday - David Marcum
Posted by Steve Emecz on
Every Sunday we're going to celebrate a Sherlock Holmes author with free audiobook codes and a half-price offer on all their books.
This week it's prolific editor and writer David Marcum, who holds the record for the most amount of Sherlock Holmes stories written (now 100) and Sherlock Holmes edited (over 700).
Fill in our contact form with your choice of David's audiobooks (below) letting us know which country you are in - and use the code marcum50 to get 50% off any of his books (minimum 3 books) from our David Marcum collection - code valid until Friday 21st October.
Sherlock Holmes and A Quantity of Debt
Nothing that is secret can remain secret forever. But is it possible that some crimes are better left undiscovered? Join Holmes and Watson as they travel from London to storm-wracked Bedfordshire, where the great detective finds himself uncovering the grisly truth concerning a half-century old murder.
Sherlock Holmes - Tangled Skeins
Sherlock Holmes' investigations were not always the neat and self-contained stories that were presented for publication. Holmes' cases overlapped one another considerably, often with the next beginning while the current was still in motion. Some moved linearly from start to finish without interruption while others stretched, a piece here and a piece there, across weeks, months, or even years and decades. There are cases from the past that resonated into the present or times when Holmes' path was detoured from the middle of one case into a completely different matter without warning. A few never reached any conclusion at all. Sometimes Holmes would find himself surrounded by the returning ripples of a matter that he had believed to be concluded years earlier, with the guilty miscreant supposedly far behind him. Watson chose the stories in this collection to represent this tangled skein. Join us as we ascend the 17 steps to the sitting room at 221b Baker Street, discovering cases that range from Holmes' earliest days in practice to his activities during his supposed retirement on the South Downs of Sussex. The game is afoot!