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Young Churchill, now thirteen, the cadet section of the Sherlock Holmes detective agency as Holmes called him, spends his Christmas holidays assisting Holmes and Watson.

Sherlock Holmes & Young Winston: The Giant Moles

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A trilogy of novels in the classic style in which teenaged Winston Churchill joins the master sleuth Sherlock Holmes and his friend Doctor Watson in investigating crimes in London, France and in the foul haunts of the Giant Moles of Herefordshire.

Sherlock Holmes & Young Winston - Omnibus Edition

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Who is the gentleman found dead in a first-class compartment of the London to Brighton express? The victim has a fortune in jewels and a fabulous painting in his luggage. Who killed him?

Sherlock Holmes: Murder on the Brighton Line

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Did Ensign the Hon. Ian Lewin, 112th Foot, deliberately allow the French to capture his regiment's flag? A seventy-year-old cold case of cowardice in the face of the enemy leads Holmes to France on the trail of the missing Waterloo colour.

Sherlock Holmes: The Waterloo Colour

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The Queen’s spymasters in the newly created Special (Secret) Branch of Scotland Yard inform the Prime Minister that Her Majesty is at grave risk of assassination during the Jubilee procession to Westminster Abbey.

Sherlock Holmes & Young Winston: The Jubilee Plot

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In the festering alleys of Whitechapel, a habitual murderer is at work slashing women of the night to death and mutilating their remains.

Sherlock Holmes: 1888 Autumn of Blood

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Volume 1 is a collection of my singular adventures from the early years of the companionship of Sherlock Holmes and John Watson, featuring murders at the Savoy Theatre, supposed hauntings on the notorious Ratcliffe Highway

Sherlock Holmes: Singular Tales Omnibus 1881- 1887 The Early Years

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Sherlock Holmes: The Scottish Question, or Sons of the Thistle by Mike Hogan … starts with the reported theft of the Coronation Stone from Westminster Abbey (but is it the real Stone of Destiny?)

Sherlock Holmes: The Scottish Question

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VHolmes and Watson find a cuckoo in their comfortable nest at 221B Baker Street when, after a chance encounter in Hyde Park, 12-year-old Winston Spencer-Churchill is dumped on them by his far from doting mother, Lady Randolph.

Sherlock Holmes & Young Winston: The Deadwood Stage

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Five novelettes on theatrical themes.
In the first story, set in the very early months of his friendship with Watson, Holmes is challenged to a duel by an unlikely antagonist.

Sherlock Holmes: Murder at the Savoy

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In volume 2 of the collected edition of Sherlock Holmes and Doctor Watson stories, the duo tackle cases.

Sherlock Holmes: Singular Tales Omnibus 1888-1919 The Later Years

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In this collection of five traditional novelettes, Holmes and Watson pit their skills against unearthly predators and probe evidence that suggests ghouls and ghosts are behind the macabre events.

Sherlock Holmes: The Skull of Koheiji Kohada

Aside from my Sherlock Holmes novels and short stories, I have written a semi-autobiographical novel  about a boy growing up in a Catholic family in the shadow of the Old Vic Theatre in South London, the first novel of a trilogy set in Rome in 475 AD and a farce based on the aftermath of the Trump administration.