A new collection of stories from Belanger Books records the adventures of Holmes and Watson during the Great War, and beyond.
19 February 1919: Sherlock Holmes is called upon to investigate when the French Prime Minister is shot at. Was this the work of a lone anarchist, or part of a larger plot to derail the Paris Peace Conference?
Two new short story collections from Belanger Books aim to shed light on cases presented by some of the most famous people to seek the assistance of Sherlock Holmes.
Spies in Whitehall, an innocent man imprisoned, and a family uprooted. The Railway Children befriend an old man who hopes that things can be put right, but to uncover the truth he will need the help of Sherlock Holmes.
The Tin Soldiers, my fourth contribution to the world’s largest collection of Sherlock Holmes stories, will appear in the twenty-fifth volume from MX Publishing.