Our recent research trip to northern Italy gave us this stunning view of Lake Como… and the idea for our next Sherlock Holmes novella – The Black Widower… coming in early 2019.
At last, the sequel to The Hound of the Baskervilles! A brand new festive chiller, perfect for Christmas…
Sheltering from the snowy London winter, Dr Watson is presented with a note from a mysterious stranger. Upon it is written one word: BASKERVILLE… Almost a decade after Holmes and Watson faced down the legendary beast on the moors, the duo is pulled into a chilling new mystery when tragedy befalls that cursed family once again. The ghostly call of a long-dead little girl, victims savaged on the hills, and a giant hound more terrifying than anything Holmes and Watson have previously encountered. There will be more blood in the snow this Christmas – unless Sherlock Holmes can defeat his most villainous foe yet.
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Presumed dead, Sherlock Holmes is on the run from Moriarty’s acolytes… Lying low in Paris, an incognito Holmes finds himself in a city at the cusp of a cultural revolution, no better symbolised than by the gleaming new Eiffel Tower!
But when a series of gruesome crucifixions sweeps the arts district of Montmartre, old wounds are torn open that will indelibly threaten the peace of the French capital, pitching progress against tradition.
Only one man can solve a mystery that will shake the famous City of Lights to its foundations – proving that, even undercover, you can’t keep a great detective down…
The Amazon No.1 Bestseller! Our first FOUR Sherlock Holmes stories in ONE low-price volume, available in both eBook and paperback. The cases that were too ghastly for publication… until now!
We were thrilled to be interviewed by the Wales Arts Review website about our writing process, recreating the world of Sherlock Holmes, and collaborating on different sides of the world.
Find out about writing “ripping yarns as authentically as possible” and learn why “If something doesn’t work for your twin brother, then it probably won’t work for a wider audience.”