My First Ever Book! The Trials of Sherlock Holmes

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I am excited to announce that, having successfully written my first ever book, a new Sherlock Holmes pastiche will be released on June 13th!

This new stage in my life has brought with it a mixture of emotions. It being my first publication of any sort, I’m both nervous at the expectation but also looking forward to sharing my work with you all.

The Trials of Sherlock Holmes is a collection of interlinked short stories about the famous London detective and his companion, Doctor Watson.

The amazing people at MX Publishing have given me this amazing opportunity to live this fabulous experience in the publishing world.

Here’s a brief synopsis of what to expect:Book Icon

It is a cold London morning in 1887, and the discovery of a dead man in an abandoned house plunges Sherlock Holmes and Dr John Watson into a series of eight trying cases that will test the friendship of the two companions and threaten the safety of the country itself. From a staged murder to an impossible suicide, the theft of a national document to the disappearance of an entire family, London’s foremost consulting detective and his faithful companion must seek out the clues and venture into the very heart of each mystery. All the while a sinister force, lurking amid the busy streets of London, stalks their every case, testing their own mental and physical prowess; ultimately they require the assistance of their closest allies, including Mycroft Holmes and the unsophisticated Inspectors Gregson and Lestrade. Will Holmes and Watson be able to avert the approaching threat that appears to be vengefully heading straight for them?

The book is available now for Pre-Order from the following:

More updates to follow! 🙂

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