Sherlockian Author Profile - Craig Janacek

Posted by Steve Emecz on

The next three volumes of the MX Book of New Sherlock Holmes Stories are due in November and fans can get big discounts and unique rewards in the Volume XXII-XIV Kickstarter.

Each day we'll be highlighting one of the dozens of authors of the 64 new stories in the new volumes.

Today is Craig Janacek (click here for Amazon profile) who has been in many previous MX volumes.

Craig's story:


August 1888. Sherlock Holmes is asked to investigate the peculiar case of a dead man found in the library of a medieval manor house. Who the man was and what he was doing there, nobody knows. Holmes begins to suspect that the stranger’s presence and death are related to an ancient family riddle, as obscure and puzzling as the Musgrave Ritual. Following the clues from Surrey to Canterbury to New Forest, Holmes and Watson begin a quest to locate a mythical treasure once thought lost to the mists of time.

Craig's favourite Holmes quote?

"It makes a considerable difference to me, having someone with me on whom I can thoroughly rely."

The Boscombe Valley Mystery. 


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