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#THIF - Thank Holmes It's Friday Week 21 - Audiobook Month Special

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#THIF - Thank Holmes It's Friday Week 21 - Audiobook Month Special

Week 21 - It's international audiobook month - so we're giving away 100 free audiobooks - 2 each to the first 50 fans to apply...  Please use contact us form with code THIF-76 and let us know your country - and your chosen two books. Audiobooks Holmes and Watson End Peace   $9.95  1915. Sherlock Holmes to Watson: "Stand with me here upon the terrace, for it may be the last quiet talk that we shall ever have." 1929. A small hospital somewhere in Dorset. An anteroom off a dimly lit corridor. It is night, and there is not even the smallest amount of light...

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Author Reading and Interview with fans - Secrets of Baker Street

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Author Reading and Interview with fans - Secrets of Baker Street

On Sunday we had a great launch event for 'Secrets of Baker Street' with Perry Wyatt. Fans from half a dozen countries, including a very strong Welsh contingent were treated to a great reading from Perry followed by a questions and answer session.  Perry's book takes a very new angle on Holmes and Watson and another great example of the expanded Holmes universe that the new imprint 'Orange Pip Books' is enabling. 'Secrets of Baker Street - The Curious Adventures Of The Real Holmes and Watson' is available now from this site and from all good bookstores from 21st October.  ...

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Sherlock Book Reviews - Shadowfall

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Sherlock Book Reviews - Shadowfall

The Sherlock Holmes Society of London "In the strange beginning to a very strange adventure the illustrious personage who arrives at 221B Baker Street is Titatnia, Queen of the Fairies. Irene Adler is a soul-stealing monster, young Stamford is a zombie, and John Brown is a supernatural guardian. The abduction of a body from Highgate Cemetery and the disappearance of the London Stone are simply a prelude the theft of England's most sacred relic, the heart of St. George. Dr. Revels has researched deeply into English legend and Shadowfall has a delirious, almost surrealist quality, like an enjoyable nightmare."  ...

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Book Review - The Sign of Fear - The Sherlock Holmes Society of London

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Book Review - The Sign of Fear - The Sherlock Holmes Society of London

"Never mind what you’ve been told: the former Mary Morstan is a woman with a past — so perhaps it’s natural that she should come within the orbit of the Napoleon of Crime. At least we can understand that she should occupy the time during Dr Watson’s long absences by doing detective work herself. More surprising is the identity of her partner, a dangerous young woman to whom male costume is nothing new: “Emily Fanshaw” is actually Mrs Neville St Clair, and she still resents the fact that Sherlock Holmes cut short her husband’s profitable scam by exposing him as...

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Book Reviews - The Secret Journal Of Dr Watson

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Book Reviews - The Secret Journal Of Dr Watson

The Sherlock Holmes Society of London “In The Secret Journal of Dr Watson Phil Growick tells of Holmes and Watson’s most dangerous mission. In 1918, at the personal request of King George, they risk their lives to save those of the King’s cousins, the deposed Tsar Nicholas II and his family. On their journey deep into a Russia torn by violent revolution, they discover that friend and foe alike have their own agendas; even their most trustworthy helper, a Colonel in the secret police, is not what he seems. More dangerous even than the Reds and the Whites are the unknowns who want the Romanovs...

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