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By Guy Adams

The world's most famed detective, as you’ve by no means visible him sooner than! it is a choice of orginal brief tales discovering Holmes and Watson in instances and areas you will by no means have expected!

A dozen demonstrated and up-and-coming authors invite you to view Doyle’s maximum production via a decidedly cracked lens.

examine Holmes and Watson via time and area, as they take on a witch-trial in seventeenthcentury Scotland, bandy phrases with Andy Warhol in Nineteen Seventies ny, go back and forth the Wild Frontier within the outdated West, remedy destiny crimes in an international of robots or even go paths with a tender Elvis Presley...

Set to incorporate tales by way of Kasey Lansdale, man Adams, Jamie Wyman, J E Cohen, Gini Koch, Glen Mehn, Kelly Hale, Kaaron Warren, Emma Newman and extra.

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