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Sherlock Holmes Book Reviews - The Recollections of Sherlock Holmes

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Sherlock Holmes Book Reviews - The Recollections of Sherlock Holmes

David Marcum "This is a hefty, solid collection of traditional and Canonical tales" Arthur Hall has written quite a bit outside the Holmes genre, but his Sherlockian works are obviously my favorites. Years ago, he started with a single Holmes short story, buried in a volume of non-Holmesian tales, before pivoting to write a few Holmes novels. Then he was recruited as a contributor to “The MX Book of New Sherlock Holmes Stories” and he never looked back. I understand that he has more ideas for his ongoing espionage series – but Watson won’t leave him alone! “The Recollections of...

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Sherlock Holmes Book Reviews - Watson's Wives

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Sherlock Holmes Book Reviews - Watson's Wives

David Marcum "This is a collection that should be owned and read by every Sherlockian – well-written, original, and accurately reflective of the times in which Holmes and Watson lived."  Tom Turley is back with another collection of his very-excellent Sherlock Holmes adventures, all completely and accurately taken from Watson’s notes, by way of Tom’s background with a Ph.D. in British History. There is a veracity to his tales that is unmatched. Through this collection, as well as Tom’s previous book, Sherlock Holmes and The Crowned Heads of Europe, we see those tumultuous years of Victoria’s latter decades, and what...

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Sherlock Holmes Book Reviews - A Study In Statecraft

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Sherlock Holmes Book Reviews - A Study In Statecraft

Reedsy In this volume we see what it is when one extraordinarily talented person is the British Government as Mycroft Holmes applies his skills in statecraft to tax evasion, royal honours, Partygate, the 1918 Armistice, and the Abdication crisis of 1936. The Historical Novel Society The ‘episodes’ weave the fictional diplomacies around real historical people, making the stories credible. Some are follow-ons from previous cases. The first case ‘An Individual of High Net Worth’ is a sequel to ‘The Beryl Coronet’, so it assumes some familiarity with the Conan Doyle stories. There are little nods to present-day circumstances. Mycroft uncovers evidence...

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FREE AUDIO CODES EVERY DAY - A Halloween Special

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This Halloween, we're treating you to even more FREE AUDIO BOOKS from our specially curated Haunted Collection!  Immerse yourself in the eerie atmosphere, as Sherlock's brilliant deductions meet supernatural forces beyond your wildest imagination. Widow of Dartmoor by Warwick Downing You Buy Bones by Marcia Wilson Sherlock Holmes and The House of Pain by Steve Seitz Sherlock Holmes and the Molly Boy Murders by Margaret Walsh All three books in Tracy Revel's Shadow Series In Unhallowed Rest by John Sutton A Case of Witchcraft by Joe Revill Mark of the Baskerville Hound by Wilfred Huettel Rendezvous at the Populaire by Kate Workman Sherlock Holmes and...

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Digital Version of EARTHLINGS launches and it looks amazing on iPad

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Digital Version of EARTHLINGS launches and it looks amazing on iPad

The reviews for EARTHLINGS have been wonderful and we have been eagerly awaiting the digital launch as the AI generated art throughout the book (all 71 EARTHLINGS have an AI image generated through Mid Journey) looks best in digital form. The Kindle version launched today and we've downloaded it onto the Kindle app for iPad and the art looks amazing. High resolution incredible colours its a real feast for the eyes alongside the hilarious characters. The digital version also has the neat function of linking direct from the contents to each EARTHLING - so you can find your favourites directly...

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