We've got something a little different for you today. Sherlock Holmes is something of a patron saint for many detective fiction fans, and Paul D. Gilbert has succeeded in bringing him back to life with three brand new mysteries -- available now at a bargain price.
These intricately plotted stories are a joy to read. Gilbert's Holmes and Watson are portrayed so similarly to Conan Doyle's original characters that it does rather feel like catching up with old friends!
If you get sucked back into the world of Baker Street, we've also published three volumes of short stories by Gilbert for you to tuck into (The Lost Files of Sherlock Holmes, The Chronicles of Sherlock Holmes and The Annals of Sherlock Holmes) and one brilliant standalone novel (Sherlock Holmes and the Giant Rat of Sumatra).
THE ODYSSEY OF SHERLOCK HOLMES TRILOGY
SHERLOCK HOLMES AND THE UNHOLY TRINITY
(THE ODYSSEY OF SHERLOCK HOLMES BOOK 1)
A colourfully dressed Bedouin brandishing a sword interrupts Holmes and Watson at breakfast. He brings a warning: stay out of the affairs of his people.
SHERLOCK HOLMES: THE FOUR-HANDED GAME
(THE ODYSSEY OF SHERLOCK HOLMES BOOK 2)
Each morning John Harden is silently menaced by a different passenger on his train. Is he losing his mind, or can Holmes and Watson find a pattern?
THE ILLUMINATION OF SHERLOCK HOLMES
(THE ODYSSEY OF SHERLOCK HOLMES BOOK 3)
Sherlock Holmes and Dr Watson reunite after a journey through the Bavarian mountains. They face a dramatic encounter within the walls of a secluded castle.