MX Publishing brings the best in new Sherlock Holmes novels, biographies, graphic novels and short story collections every month. With over 400 books it's the largest catalogue of new Sherlock Holmes books in the world.

We have over one hundred Holmes authors. The majority of our authors write new Holmes fiction - in all genres from very traditional pastiches through to modern novels, fantasy, crossover, children's books and humour.

In Holmes biography we have internationally acclaimed and award winning historians including Alistair Duncan, Paul R Spiring, and Brian W Pugh.

Click here for our Author Submission Guidelines


We are members of the Sherlock Holmes Society of London, Sydney Passengers, Bootmakers of Toronto and The ACD Society.


We are a social enterprise and support five causes through our activities:

Stepping Stones School – Hindhead, UK

Stepping Stones is a school for children with learning disabilities based in the former home of the creator of Sherlock Holmes, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. The building - ‘Undershaw’ has been restored back to its former glory and now houses one of Europe’s leading facilities for learning disabilities. Steve Emecz is a patron of the school.

Happy Life Children’s Home – Nairobi, Kenya

Twinned with Stepping Stones, Happy Life has saved the lives of over 600 abandoned babies in the last two decades. The project has expanded to include a school and paediatric hospital. Steve and his wife Sharon spend every Christmas out at Happy Life with the kids.

Interview with the four founders of Happy Life here.

The American Cancer Society

This is the leading venue for cancer research in the U.S. and will receive its proceeds from all USA and GLOBAL editions of The Art of Sherlock Holmes.

The World Food Programme

There are 821 million undernourished people in the world today. That means one in nine people do not get enough food to lead an active and healthy life. In fact, hunger and malnutrition are the number one risk to health worldwide — greater than AIDS, malaria and tuberculosis combined. The good news is that hunger is entirely solvable. And it costs just US$0.50 to feed one child for a day. Steve Emecz is a World Food Programme mentor and participates in the Innovation Accelerators in Munich, Germany. The team won the Nobel Peace Prize in 2020.


We have a solution that is working. A new approach to resilience and mental health. For youth, schools and universities, we share a revolutionary preventative educational curriculum that is transforming entire educational environments.

The Team

The Founders - Steve Emecz, Sharon Emecz

The Editors - David Marcum, Richard Ryan

The Art Of Sherlock Holmes Creator and Curator - Phil Growick



The Blog Tours - Bits About Books


The Authors

There are some great ways you can interact with our authors.

Facebook Page - With over 20,000 members ours is the largest specialist book page on Facebook for Sherlock books in the world. - Sherlock Holmes Books



Several of our authors have blogs on specific subjects - the links to them are below. Most authors also have author pages on Goodreads.

Alistair Duncan's Sherlockian Blog

Amy Thomas (Baker Street Babes) - Girl Meets Sherlock

Ben Cardall's Deductionist Blog

Charlotte Walter's Barefoot On Baker Street

Chris Chan's Crime & Criticism

Christopher James's Blog

Dan Andriacco's Baker Street Beat Blog

David Marcum's A Seventeen Step Program Blog

David Ruffle's Stories from Lymelight

Dean Turnbloom's Sherlock Holmes and The Whitechapel Vampire Blog

Diane Gilbert Madsen's - The Game's Afoot! Blog

Felicia Carparelli's Murderous Sherlockian Blog

Geri Schear's Blog 

Gretchen Altabef - Features of Interest

Harry DeMaio's Octavius Bear’s Lair Blog

Kate Workman's Baker Street Thoughts

Keiran McMullen's Dr Watson Blog

Kim Krisco - Sherlock Holmes Golden Years - Wordpress - Blogspot

Luke Benjamen Kuhns - My Study 

Mrs Hudson's Kitchen - Wendy Heyman-Marsaw

Molly Carr's Watsonian Blog

Paul R Spiring's BFR Online Sherlockian/Bertram Fletcher Robinson Blog

Sheldon Goldfarb - Sherlockian Musings Blog

Thomas Kent Miller's - Ruminations on Sherlockian Books

Tracy Revels Sherlockian Blog