#THIF - Thank Holmes It's Friday Offers Week 36

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Week 36 - All the best in new Sherlock Holmes content...

1. Offers

2. New Books

3. Free Audiobooks 

4. Events

5. Kickstarters



Just $5 is back - one book each week for just five bucks.

The Redacted Sherlock Holmes Volume 6  (RRP $14.95)

Orlando Pearson presents five more scandalously entertaining stories in his well-known Redacted Sherlock Holmes series (six short story books and a new novel coming in November so far...)

- A Perilous Engagement: Mycroft Holmes and a Whitehall whitewash;
- Death at Tennis: The hunt for the lady who fled the ball;
- An Encirclement Thwarted: Espionage work at the outbreak of World War I;
- The Sorceress and the Sea-Lord: A financial scandal and a familiar discovery; and
- De Profundis: Holmes and Watson at the worst place on earth in 1945

Pearson mixes the Great Baker Street detective with history both familiar and unfamiliar to deliver his customary heady brew of Holmesiana.

Automatically applied when you add this book to basket this week.... (please consider adding other books to your order to spread shipping costs...)


2. NEW BOOKS out this week...

Sherlock Holmes and The Pandemic of Death - Daniel D Victor

Quarantines, masks, death—terms familiar to anyone who faced the so-called Spanish Flu of 1918. World-wide, it is estimated that the horrifying influenza killed more than 50 million people, significantly more than did the guns of the Great War, which was just then coming to a close. And yet no one has ever heard from Sherlock Holmes or Dr. Watson concerning their own experiences surviving the terrible virus—until now. In a recently-discovered manuscript, Dr. Watson reveals the secret which for years had kept him silent about the deadly pandemic. Only when he meets the eccentric American novelist Sinclair Lewis is the truth pried free and the story of an ingenious murder revealed.

American Literati Series Book 7 - each story is stand alone, but each includes a famous person from American literary history (Mark Twain, Raymond Chandler etc).


No Ghosts Need Apply (McCabe and Cody 10)

A Ghost Story Becomes a Matter of Murder!

“The world is big enough for us,” Sherlock Holmes once told Dr. Watson. “No ghosts need apply.”

But amateur sleuth Sebastian McCabe and his chronicler Jeff Cody don’t have a choice when a popular TV reality show comes to Erin, Ohio, to record a Halloween special about the entity disturbing a local gastropub known as The Speakeasy.

Jackie O’Brien was a bootlegger and speakeasy owner gunned down in 1920. Ever since, his unquiet spirit has been said to haunt the building where it happened – one which, after many transformations over the years, is once again a speakeasy of sorts.

The McCabe and Cody series now has an incredible ten novels and two short story collections.



Please use contact us form quoting THIF-95 and let us know your country - we'll send you both books.

Please note that we would really appreciate ratings and reviews for those books that you enjoy. The free audiobooks program takes a lot of time to administrate and getting the ratings and reviews makes it all worth it. 

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The Conan Doyle Notes: The Secret of Jack the Ripper uncovers clues as to why the dog did not bark in the night....

Sherlock Holmes concluded that it was because the intruder was known to the dog. Madsen’s new mystery questions whether the identity of one of the greatest criminals of all time, Jack the Ripper, was deduced by Conan Doyle. Conan Doyle was already famous with his popular Sherlock Holmes stories when Jack the Ripper struck London in October 1888. So why was Conan Doyle silent about this case? This thrilling adventure may well hold the key....


Watson Is Not an Idiot: An Opinionated Tour of the Sherlock Holmes Canon

Over the past few years, Sherlock Holmes has exploded in popularity. The character has made a huge impact on the 21st century, with multiple interpretations gaining a growing audience of new Sherlockians. But many fans of Sherlock and Elementary know very little about the original stories themselves. Watson is Not an Idiot is an opinionated exploration of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's original canon, written to illustrate interesting features and historical elements of the stories from the perspective of a lifelong fan of the material.

It's not academic, but a companion -- the passionate, excited, and sometimes ranty friend who sits alongside you and points out interesting bits while you read. Watson is Not an Idiot is perfect for the first-time reader of the stories and fans curious about starting a more critical reading of the material.




Playing The Game - Sherlock Holmes Author Panels - Sunday October 31st 

Two panels - six authors on each.

3pm EST / 8pm UK  - Panel 1 (free Zoom tickets here)

5pm EST / 10pm UK - Panel 2 (free Zoom tickets here)

Join us for a fan Q&A with a panel of Sherlock Holmes authors.



Kickstarter is a great way to support projects you like and get a great bargain - usually many months ahead of publication. Big discounts and even signed first editions and even characters in future stories are up for grabs.

Just launched a new theatre performance - Sherlock Holmes and The Adventure of the Inescapable Crypt - Original adventure featuring Sherlock Holmes. A theatre production with Jonathan Goodwin playing Holmes, in the style of Jeremy Brett.

The MX Book of New Sherlock Holmes Stories - Volumes XXVIII to XXX - 'More Christmas Adventures' - 57 more stories join the largest Holmes collection in the world.

The Collected Papers of Sherlock Holmes - five matching volumes containing all the works from David Marcum - he's written and edited more Sherlock Holmes stories than anyone else - foreword from Nicholas Meyer.

Three May Keep A Secret - Award winning Holmes author Richard Ryan's sixth adventure.

Dark Arts, Dark Acts - A Sherlock Holmes Adventure - 1940 - The British Foreign Office sends Holmes and Watson on a top-secret mission to Berlin

A Study in Sherlockian Aesthetic Realism - Sherlock Holmes Cartoons from a warped mind. 884 cartoons spread across four volumes - 221 each - charting a decade of Don Hobbs work

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