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Sherlock Audiobook Sales Pass 10,000

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Sherlock Audiobook Sales Pass 10,000

We're delighted to share that November has seen our Sherlock Holmes Audio Book sales pass the 10,000 mark since we launched audio a few years ago and it looks like we are going to have our biggest month ever as well.  For most publishers, audio is the fastest growing format and Sherlock Holmes is no exception. This month's top ten titles are dominated by certain author/narrator combinations. Our top four slots feature award winning novelist Richard T Ryan whose novels are narrated by Nigel Peever with Peter K Andersson's short story collections at five and six. Number seven is brand...

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Out today: The Further Adventures of Sherlock Holmes – The Complete Jim French Imagination Theatre Scripts

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Radio legend Jim French was already well known for producing excellent radio dramas, as well as creating Imagination Theatre and its “Movies for your mind” when, in March 1998, the first episode of The Further Adventures of Sherlock Holmes was broadcast, with adventures steeped in the finest of old-time radio tradition while presenting the true Canonical Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson. In the following years, Jim French wrote an astonishing 50 original Holmes episodes for the series – and now these are collected together in three companion volumes. In 2017, MX Publishing released Imagination Theatre’s Sherlock Holmes, a volume featuring...

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Out today – Sherlock Holmes: The Baker Street Legacy

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Following the success of the earlier volume, The Baker Street Case-Files, we have another collection of previously unknown Holmes and Watson tales that will excite the interests of readers across the globe – The Baker Street Legacy. A decade before his death, Dr Watson let it be known that with his passing he wished his nephew, Christopher Henry Watson MD, to be the executor of his will and guardian of all his personal and pecuniary affairs. One of the tasks he sanctioned was that his nephew should use his discretion in selecting for publication some of the three dozen or...

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Book Review - Sherlock Holmes and The Molly Boy Murders

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Book Review - Sherlock Holmes and The Molly Boy Murders

"First-time novelist Margaret Walsh has brought us a new adventure covering the type of case that wouldn’t have made it into The Strand. Clearly the types of crimes, and the graphic forensic details, are something that Watson, as a doctor, would have faithfully recorded, even if he couldn’t share it with the public. Set in early 1889, not long after the brutal Ripper murders, a new set of terrible crimes is targeting a little-known group of Londoners. As the events play out, the number of deaths continue to rise, and some evidence even starts to point toward Scotland Yard. There...

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The Top Five Sherlock Holmes Audio Books This November

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The Top Five Sherlock Holmes Audio Books This November

The top five Sherlock Holmes Audio Books this month so far are three well established books and two new ones. At the top is the latest novel from Richard T Ryan - Merchant of Menace which came out in September and second is the brand new novel out last week from Gretchen Altabef - Scattered Houses. 1. Merchant of Menace - Richard T Ryan and Nigel Peever 2. Sherlock Holmes - Scattered Houses - Gretchen Altabef and JT McDaniel 3. The Vatican Cameos - Richard T Ryan and Nigel Peever 4. Sherlock Holmes and The Adventure of The Pigtail Twist...

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