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A Baskerville Curse – Sherlock Holmes Re-Imagined Sherlock Holmes re-imagined in Lego figures – the tale of the Baskerville Curse with all the key elements of The Hound recreated James Macaluso has two passions – Sherlock Holmes and Lego – and he has brought them together to create the series of books ‘Sherlock Holmes Re-Imagined’ which have proved a hit with fans all over the world: “The illustrations by P James Macaluso Jr are eccentric, clever, beautifully presented, witty, and bang up to date, being full-colour photographs of creations in Lego, each a scene depicted by Sidney Paget in The...

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Throughout the Kickstarter campaign, we will be adding brief interviews highlighting the talented authors who have contributed to the anthology. Today we have the excellent Kelvin Jones. How did you first get introduced to Sherlock Holmes? Through my public library in London. ‘I am an omnivorous reader.’ – Holmes What was the inspiration for your pastiche? The true story of Edmund Kelly and Dr John Dee, both Elizabethan necromancers. What is your story about? Where and when does it take place? The story concerns the discovery of an ancient box, which the owner of a large Elizabethan house, discovers. This is tale...

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Throughout the Kickstarter campaign, we will be adding brief interviews highlighting the talented authors who have contributed to the anthology. Today we have the excellent Robert Stapleton. How did you first get introduced to Sherlock Holmes? I don’t remember when I first became fascinated with Sherlock Holmes, but it must have been nearly sixty years ago now.  I do know that it was in 1966 when I visited London wearing a deerstalker and smoking a pipe. What was the inspiration for your pastiche? My pastiche was inspired by a book I own which records travels in the Caribbean during the early years...

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Throughout the Kickstarter campaign, we will be adding brief interviews highlighting the talented authors who have contributed to the anthology. Today we have the excellent Andrew Bryant. How did you first get introduced to Sherlock Holmes? I was first introduced to Sherlock Holmes through the 1940’s films with Basil Rathbone and Nigel Bruce. From there I started reading the novels and stories. I soon had the complete Holmes library. ‘The Hound Of The Baskervilles’ was the first Holmes book that I read, and it remains my favourite today. What was the inspiration for your pastiche? The inspiration for ‘The Blue Lady Of...

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Throughout the Kickstarter campaign, we will be adding brief interviews highlighting the talented authors who have contributed to the anthology. Today we have the excellent Steven Philip Jones. How did you first get introduced to Sherlock Holmes? I honestly can’t remember a time when Sherlock Holmes was not one of my favorite fictional characters.  Holmes has become such an intrinsic part of Western society – you hear of him everyone, to paraphrase Mycroft – I imagine I learned about him that way and was just naturally drawn to him. What was the inspiration for your pastiche? “The Case for Which the World...

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