Mammoth Book Of Sherlock Holmes Abroad
By Simon Clark
The spirit of Sherlock Holmes lives on in this treasure trove of 'hitherto lost' overseas mysteries investigated by the great detective himself
In this wonderful anthology of new stories, Sherlock Holmes travels to the far ends of the Earth in search of truth and justice. A host of singularly talented writers, while remaining respectful towards Conan Doyle's work, present a new and thrilling dimension to Holmes's career.
Full list of contributors:
Simon Clark; Andrew Darlington; Paul Finch; Nev Fountain; Carole Johnstone; Paul Kane; Alison Littlewood; Johnny Mains; William Meikle ;David Moody; Mark Morris; Cavan Scott; Denis O. Smith; Sam Stone and Stephen Volk.
SIMON CLARK is the award-winning author of many novels published worldwide, including The Night of the Triffids, On Deadly Ground, Blood Crazy, Vampyrrhic, Sherlock's Demon, and Inspector Abberline & the Gods of Rome. His short stories have appeared in magazines and anthologies, and he has published two collections, Blood and Grit and Salt Snake. His work has been broadcast on BBC Radio 4 and he has also written prose material for the rock band U2. He lives in Doncaster, South Yorkshire.
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02 Apr 2015
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