#THIF - Thank Holmes It's Friday Week 26

Posted by Steve Emecz on

Week 26 - Audio seems to be the most popular format for #THIF so two more new free audio books for the first 50 fans....

Plus this week '50% off the first in a series' is back so you can try the first in a series and experience a new author... more than a dozen to choose from


AUDIOBOOKS - Lufton Lady and Baron of Wimbledon

Please use contact us form quoting THIF-85 and let us know your country - we'll send you both books.


The Baron of Wimbledon - The Stage Play

Gottlieb von Cramm, a German tennis star of the 1930s, petitions Holmes for help. The sportsman is being blackmailed on a matter of the utmost delicacy, and when the blackmailer reveals all to the National Socialist authorities, it is Holmes who comes to the rescue by asking Reichsmarschall, Herman Göring to intervene.

But is the better than expected outcome to the case a result of Holmes’ intervention, or is Cramm’s glamourous mother keeping her own role to herself? And why does Frau von Cramm’s seem so familiar to Holmes? It is only once Britain is on the brink of another war against Germany that the full truth dawns on Holmes.


Sherlock Holmes and the Lufton Lady

The Lufton Lady reveals an episode from the early career of Sherlock Holmes an incident that proves the great detective had a heart as well as a brain. The story is told mostly in excerpts from the journal of an aristocrat who finds himself caught up in a dramatic encounter in 1878. The Lufton Lady is a novella by Marlene R. Aig, a noted Sherlockian and member of the Adventuresses of Sherlock Holmes who was also a respected Associated Press reporter. It has been largely unknown since her death in 1996, and is now published for the first time.



50% off first in a series

Try out new authors with our '50% discount' offer. Minimum order 2 books.

Final Page of Baker Street (Book 1 of 7)

The Detective and The Woman (Book 1 of 4)

The Song of the Angels is Stilled (Book 1 of 4)

The Open and Shut Case (Book 1 of 15)

No Police Like Holmes (Book 1 of 10)

etc. there are many more in the 'First in a series' collection

Please use the discount code 'FIRST50' to get the discount.

(see below where to add the code at basket and click 'Apply' and it will add the discount)



Now on Kickstarter

Kickstarter is a great way to support projects you like and get a great bargain - usually many months ahead of publication.

Sherlock Holmes and The Eye of Heka - January 1888: Dr. Watson has returned to 221b Baker Street, just weeks after a personal tragedy has left him bereaved and bereft.

B Is For Baker Street - a charming first Sherlock Holmes book for young kids.

Sherlock Holmes - The Coal Tar Derivative - The Exploits of Sherlock Holmes and Dr. John H. Watson against the Moriarties during the Great Hiatus.


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