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Open only if you live in Menlo Park AND you are a fan of Sherlock Holmes

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Date: Mon, 10 Nov 2014 20:36:01 -0500

Hey: if you love mystery stories, especially the original stories about Sherlock Holmes, then you will really enjoy this brand new set of Sherlock Holmes adventures.

Like the original stories, they’re set in the late Victorian England (and a few other more exotic locations) and the much loved characters of Sherlock Holmes, Dr. Watson, and Mrs. Hudson are all there acting just the way they did when you first met them. The evil Professor Moriarty also shows up. The only difference is in the female characters – they’re much more assertive than when written by Arthur Conan Doyle.

But like the original stories they are appropriate for all ages and all members of your family. No foul language, everybody keeps their clothes on, and the power of scientific deduction allows good to triumph over evil.

The paperback novels are all available immediately from Amazon. E-book and large print editions also available.

Click now on any of the covers to look inside and order. And enjoy the adventures of the world’s favorite detective.

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Studying Scarlet

The most famous Southern heroine has come to London looking for her I-don’t-give-a-damn husband. She enters 221B Baker Street seeking the help of Sherlock Holmes. Unexpected events unfold and together Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson and the re-united family have to vanquish a band of murderous anarchists, rescue the King and save the British Empire. If you are a fan not only of Sherlock Holmes but also of Margaret Mitchell’s Gone with the Wind, you will the rollicking parody, political thriller, and touching love story.

 

 

 

 

 

(click on cover to look inside and order now)

 

 

The Bald-Headed Trust

 Watson insists on taking Sherlock Holmes on a short vacation to the seaside in Plymouth. No sooner has Holmes arrived than he is needed to solve a double murder and prevent a massive fraud diabolically designed by the evil Professor himself. Who knew that a family of devout conservative churchgoers could come to the aid of Sherlock Holmes and bring enormous grief to evil doers? The story is inspired by The Red-Headed League, one of the original stories in the canon of Sherlock Holmes by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle.

 

 

 

 

(click on cover to look inside and order now)

 

A Case of Identity Theft

 It is the fall of 1888 and Jack the Ripper is terrorizing London. A young married couple are found, minus their heads. Another young couple is missing and in peril. Sherlock Holmes, Dr. Watson, the couple’s mothers and Mycroft must join forces to find the murderer before he kills again and makes off with half a million pounds. The story is inspired by the original Sherlock Holmes adventure, A Case of Identity, and will be especially interesting to fans of the game of rugby.

 

 

 

 

 

 

(click on cover to look inside and order now)

 

 

 

The Sign of the Third

 

Fifteen hundred years ago the courageous Princess Hemamali smuggled the sacred tooth of the Buddha into Ceylon. Since that time it has never left the Temple of the Tooth in Kandy, where it has been guarded and worshiped by the faithful. Now, for the first time, it is being brought to London to be part of a magnificent exhibit at the British Museum. But what if something were to happen to it? It would be a disaster for the British Empire. Sherlock Holmes, Dr. Watson and even Mycroft Holmes are called upon to prevent such a crisis. Will they prevail? What is about to happen to Dr. John Watson? And who is this mysterious young Irregular they call The Injin? This novel is inspired by the Sherlock Holmes mystery, The Sign of the Four. The same characters and villains are present and fans of Arthur Conan Doyle’s Sherlock Holmes will enjoy seeing their hero called upon yet again to use his powers of scientific deduction to thwart dangerous and dastardly criminals.

 

 

 

 

 

(click on cover to look inside and order now)

 

 

 

The Hudson Valley Mystery

 A young man in New York went mad and murdered his father. His mother knows he is innocent and knows he is not crazy. She appeals to Sherlock Holmes and together with Dr. and Mrs. Watson they cross the Atlantic to help this client in need. Once there they must duel with the villains of Tammany hall and a canny old Scotsman who outwits Sherlock Holmes. This new story is inspired by The Buscombe Valley Mystery. If you also have fond memories of Washington Irving’s tale of The Headless Horseman then you might enjoy meeting up with him again.

 

 

 

(click on cover to look inside and order now)

 

 

The Mystery of the Five Oranges

On a miserable rainy evening a desperate father enters 221B Baker Street. His daughter has been kidnapped and spirited off the North America. The evil network who have taken her have spies everywhere. If he goes to Scotland Yard they will kill her. There is only one hope – Sherlock Holmes.
Holmes and Watson sail to a small corner of Canada, Prince Edward Island, in search of the girl. They find themselves fighting one of the most powerful and malicious organizations on earth – the Ku Klux Klan. But they are aided in their quest by the newest member of the Baker Street Irregulars, a determined and imaginative young redhead, and by the resources of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police.
Sherlockians will enjoy this new adventure of the world’s most famous detective, inspired by the original story of The Five Orange Pips. And those who love Anne of Green Gables will thrill to see her recruited by Holmes and Watson to help in the defeat of crime.

(click on cover to look inside and order now)

 

 

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Received on Mon Nov 10 2014 - 17:31:19 PST

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