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Throughout the Kickstarter campaign, we will be adding brief interviews highlighting the talented authors who have contributed to the anthology. Today we have the excellent Robert Stapleton. How did you first get introduced to Sherlock Holmes? I don’t remember when I first became fascinated with Sherlock Holmes, but it must have been nearly sixty years ago now.  I do know that it was in 1966 when I visited London wearing a deerstalker and smoking a pipe. What was the inspiration for your pastiche? My pastiche was inspired by a book I own which records travels in the Caribbean during the early years...

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#1   The Demon of the Dusk: The Rediscovered Cases of Sherlock Holmes, Book 1 by Arthur Hall and Nick Crosby #2  The Adventure of the Pigtail Twist – Matthew Simmonds and Joff Manning #3  The One Hundred Per Cent Society: Arthur Hall and Nick Crosby- The Rediscovered Cases of Sherlock Holmes, Book 2 #4   A Guide to Deduction by Hannah Rogers and Steve White #5   The Secret Assassin: The Rediscovered Cases of Sherlock Holmes, Book 3 by Arthur Hall and Nick Crosby 176 books on the Sherlock Holmes Audio Books Pinterest Board.  

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Today’s featured Sherlock Holmes writer is Paul Hiscock -  his story, ‘The Cassandra of Providence Place’, is in vol. XVIII - now on Kickstarter The MX Book of New Sherlock Holmes Stories XVI to XVIII What is your story about? Where does it take place?’ ‘The Cassandra of Providence Place’ is about a young girl who can see the future. She turns to Sherlock Holmes hoping that he can prevent a tragedy that she has predicted. It is set in one of the London slums where she lives. What was the inspiration for your pastiche? I came across a photo...

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This special edition hardcover ‘The Complete Diaries of Young Arthur Conan Doyle’ includes all three “lost” adventure journals (Adventures in The Wild West 1878, Adventures in Russia 1881, Adventures in America 1883) and an exclusive introduction – “Dr. Joseph Bell, The Model for Sherlock Holmes and The Medical Life of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle.” The diary details how Doyle was inspired by Dr. Bell to create Sherlock Holmes and how Doyle and Bell work as a Holmes and Watson-like team that embark on secret forensic missions with global impact. The origins of many specific events that will occur in the...

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Author Interview, kickstarter, sherlock holmes -

Throughout the Kickstarter campaign, we will be adding brief interviews highlighting the talented authors who have contributed to the anthology. Today we have the excellent Andrew Bryant. How did you first get introduced to Sherlock Holmes? I was first introduced to Sherlock Holmes through the 1940’s films with Basil Rathbone and Nigel Bruce. From there I started reading the novels and stories. I soon had the complete Holmes library. ‘The Hound Of The Baskervilles’ was the first Holmes book that I read, and it remains my favourite today. What was the inspiration for your pastiche? The inspiration for ‘The Blue Lady Of...

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The Sherlockian Interview - Author Steven Philip Jones talks about his work and writing traditional Sherlock Holmes stories for the MX Book of New Sherlock Holmes Stories.     You can find Steven’s books on Amazon USA and you can find his latest Sherlock story in Volume XVII currently on Kickstarter.

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The Sherlockian Interview - Author Tom Burns from North Carolina talks about his own private investigator series and writing traditional Sherlock Holmes stories for the MX Book of New Sherlock Holmes Stories. You can find Tom’s Natalie McMasters series on Amazon USA and you can find his latest Sherlock story in Volume XVII currently on Kickstarter.

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  The Sherlockian Interview - Author Stephen Herczeg talks about horror, fantasy, and writing traditional Sherlock Holmes stories for the MX Book of New Sherlock Holmes Stories. You can find Stephen’s books on Amazon USA and you can find his latest Sherlock story in Volume XVII currently on Kickstarter.

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Sherlock Holmes expert Tim Johnson recommends three Holmes' books for your August reading list on this episode of Read This Book! from the University Libraries, hosted by Lisa Von Drasek. The three are:   "Sherlock Holmes: A Biography" by William S. Baring-Gould "The Whole Art of Detection: Lost Mysteries of Sherlock Holmes" by Lindsay Faye, "Medical Adventures of Sherlock Holmes" by Carl Heifetz.   Lisa Von Drasek is the Curator of the Children’s Literature Research Collections at the University of Minnesota Libraries and host of Read This Book! Tim Johnson is Curator of Special Collections and Rare Books and the E. W. McDiarmid...

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Now on Kickstarter - Volumes XVI to XVIII     Publishers Weekly - a record nine starred reviews from Publishers Weekly; “More than 300 pastiches later, this MX series shows no sign of running out of steam” Volume XIV review  “Amazingly, Marcum has found 22 superb pastiches, almost all from unknown authors. This is more catnip for fans of stories faithful to Conan Doyle’s originals. Volume XIII review  “Marcum continues to amaze with the number of high-quality pastiches that he has selected” Volume XII review “This is an essential volume for Sherlock Holmes fans” Volume XI review  “Marcum continues to...

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