This is book number 39 in the MX Book of New Sherlock Holmes Stories series.
Featuring Contributions by:
Dan Rowley and Don Baxter, William Todd, Naching T. Kassa, Paula Hammond, Ember Pepper, Alan Dimes, Arthur Hall, Peter Coe Verbica, Jane Rubino, Tracy J. Revels, Kevin Thornton, Tom Turley, Leslie Charteris and Denis Green, David Marcum, Shane Simmons, Roger Riccard, Chris Chan, and John Lawrence, with a poem by Kelvin I. Jones, and forewords by Michael Sims, Roger Johnson, Emma West, Steve Emecz, and David Marcum.
59 New Traditional Canonical Holmes Adventures Collected in Three Companion Volumes
In 2015, the first three volumes of The MX Book of New Sherlock Holmes Stories arrived, containing over 60 stories in the true traditional Canonical manner, revisiting Holmes and Watson in those days where it is "always 1895" . . . or a few decades on either side of that. That was the largest collection of new Holmes stories ever assembled, and originally planned to be a one-time event. But readers wanted more, and the contributors had more stories from Watson's Tin Dispatch Box, so the fun continued. Now, with the release of Parts XXXVII, XXXVIII, and XXXIX, the series has grown to over 800 new Holmes adventures by over 200 contributors from around with world. Since the beginning, all contributor royalties go to the Undershaw school for special needs children, located at one of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's former homes, and to date the project has raised over $110,000 for the school.
This new collection of 59 adventures features Holmes and Watson carrying out their masterful investigations from the early days of their friendship in Baker Street to the post-War years during Holmes's retirement. Along the way, Our Heroes are involved in dozens of fascinating mysteries - some relating Untold Cases, sequels to Canonical adventures, and a number or others that progress along completely unexpected lines.
Join us as we return to Baker Street and discover more authentic adventures of Sherlock Holmes, described by the estimable Dr. Watson as "the best and wisest . . . whom I have ever known."