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Sherlock Holmes: A Detective’s Life

Sherlock Holmes: A Detective’s Life

Current price: $15.95
Publication Date: September 20th, 2022
Titan Books
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The famous detective returns in a thrilling anthology of 12 Sherlock short stories spanning Holmes’s entire career, penned by Peter Swanson, Cara Black, James Lovegrove and more.

A brand-new collection of twelve Sherlock Holmes short stories which spans Holmes's entire career, from the early days in Baker Street to retirement on the South Downs. 
Penned by masters of the genre, these Sherlock stories feature a woman haunted by the ghost of a rival actress, Moriarty's son looking for revenge, Oscar Wilde's lost manuscript, a woman framing her husband for murder, Mycroft's encounter with Moriarty and Colonel Moran, and many more!
Featuring stories by:

Peter Swanson
Cara Black
James Lovegrove
Andrew Lane
Philip Purser-Hallard
David Stuart Davies
Eric Brown
Amy Thomas
Derrick Belanger
Cavan Scott
Stuart Douglas
David Marcum

About the Author

Martin Rosenstock studied modern literature at the University of California, Santa Barbara. After job hopping around the colder latitudes of the United States, he decided to return to warmer climes and took a teaching position in Kuwait. His stories have appeared in Sherlock Holmes Mystery Magazine and The MX Book of New Sherlock Holmes Stories. He tweets at @m_rosenstock

Praise for Sherlock Holmes: A Detective’s Life

"Outstanding...Sherlockians will enjoy watching the beloved detective’s character evolve over the years." --Publishers Weekly Starred Review

Praise for Peter Swanson:
“Chilling and hypnotically suspenseful … could be an instant classic.” Lee Child
Praise for James Lovegrove:
"The pastiche is pitch-perfect; Lovegrove tells a thrilling tale and vividly renders the atmosphere of Victorian London." The Guardian
Praise for Cara Black:
“Black excels at setting vivid scenes, creating lively characters and maintaining pulse-elevating suspense” Wall Street Journal
Praise for Philip Purser-Hallard:
"One of the cleverest locked room mysteries ever tackled by Sherlock Holmes… This ranks among the top novel-length Sherlock Holmes pastiches."
Publishers Weekly Starred Review
Praise for Eric Brown:
"Reads like a country-house whodunit from the golden age, packed with fascinating characters, each boasting a motive for murder" Kirkus Reviews

Praise for David Marcum:
"Marcum could be today's greatest Sherlockian writer, and Conan Doyle himself would be proud of this story." Lee Child 

Praise for Cavan Scott:
"The original plot line is refreshing, and the portrayals of the leads are generally faithful to the Sherlock Holmes canon." Publishers Weekly

Praise for The Sign of Seven

"Testament to the diversity that novella collections can bring.... A must for Holmes fans."
Paperbacks and Pinot

"If you're a Sherlock Holmes fan, you can't go too wrong with this collection"
The Dreamcage

"The Sign of Seven is a great way to spend a few hours for any mystery fan; enjoy losing yourself in not one but seven Sherlock Holmes mysteries!"
Snazzy Books