Monthly Archives: March 2012

When is a Sherlock Holmes pastiche not a pastiche?

I’ve just finished reading the highly enjoyable ‘Baker Street Beat’ by Dan Andriacco.  It contains a chapter entitled ‘Writing the Holmes pastiche’ and this got me thinking about how very different my own novel became from the accepted formula. People … Continue reading

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Great Sherlock Holmes Debate – and the winner is . . . Holmes himself

On Sunday I was fortunate enough to take part in The Great Sherlock Holmes Debate organised by Steve from MX Publishing. The event was situated in the fabulous Met Building with a wonderful view across the London skyline and we … Continue reading

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Great Sherlock Holmes Debate 2 – why BBC Sherlock is the winner for me

I will be on Team Sherlock for the MX Publishing Great Sherlock Holmes Debate 2 which takes place next Sunday (March 18).    We will all be debating live in London – some of us in person, others via the web/phone.  … Continue reading

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Ross K Foad reviews Barefoot on Baker Street

Great review of Barefoot on Baker Street from Ross K Foad of No Place Like Holmes.

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