Sherlockian Interview - Paul Freeman

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With the upcoming launch of volumes 43-45 of The MX Book of New Sherlock Holmes Stories (currently on Kickstarter), we're talking to the authors involved. Today (3rd April) it's Paul Freeman.

Tell us a little about yourself – Where you live and your main hobbies.

I'm Paul A. Freeman. I live and work in Nouakchott, the capital city of Mauritania, West Africa, the last stop before the Atlantic Ocean and the Americas.
I work at the Higher Institute of English, where I teach General English, Writing and Business Studies to young Mauritanians. My main hobbies are writing (of course), walking and photography.


What’s the name of your story in this collection, and what is it about (with no spoilers)?

My story in the anthology is titled 'Sherlock Holmes and the Midsummer Murders'. The story concerns a series of murders of what are the equivalent of Victorian era vanity publishers.


What other projects have you recently completed that we can check out?

I've had quite a few poems and stories published recently, though the most prominent is the crime fiction story 'Solid Evidence', which appears in the Crime Writers' Association (Middle East Chapter) anthology, Arabian Noir.

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