Moonstone is proud to present this original anthology featuring never before seen tales of the world's first consulting detective, Sherlock Holmes, as he teams up with other adventurers and investigators
Authors: Pat Barletta, David Stuart Davies, Nancy Holder, Bradley H. Sinor, Julie Barret, David Gerrold, Jean Rabe,
Greg Gick, Matthew V. Clemens, Martin Gately, and Bill Crider.
featuring: Gertrude Bell, renowned adventurer, archeologist, and spy
("The Moonstone") Wilkie Collin's Sergeant Cuff
("The Scarlet Pimpernel") Baroness Orczy's Lady Molly of Scotland Yard
Mark Twain Oscar Wilde
Catherine Louisa Pirkis' Loveday Brooke, Lady Detective
Actors Malcolm Scott and Matilda Alice Powles.
Arthur B. Reeve's Craig Kennedy, science detective
Alexandre Lacassagne, French physician and criminologist
Edmund Locard, pioneer of forensic science
("The Phantom of the Opera")Gaston Leroux's Joseph Rouletabille, French spy and investigative journalist
About the Author
Nancy Holder has published more than 200 short stories and seventy-eight books, including the New York Times bestselling Wicked series. She lives in San Diego with her daughter, Belle, and far too many animals. Visit her at Nancy Holder.com.
An internationally recognized expert on Sherlock Holmes and Conan Doyle, David Stuart Davies is the editor of the crime fiction magazine Sherlock and the author of several books on Sherlock Holmes. He also edits the Crime Writers' Association's monthly Red Herrings magazine. Forests of the Night was his first Johnny Hawke novel. He lives in West Yorkshire, England.
Harlan Ellison (1934-2018) wrote and edited more than 120 books and more than 1,700 stories, essays, and articles, as well as dozens of screenplays and teleplays. He won the Hugo award nine times, the Nebula award three times, the Bram Stoker award six times (including the Lifetime Achievement Award in 1996), the Edgar Allan Poe Award of the Mystery Writers of America twice, the Georges Melies Fantasy Film Award twice, and was awarded the Silver Pen for Journalism by PEN, the international writer's union. He was named a Grand Master by the Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America in 2006.
Bill Crider was the winner of two Anthony Awards and an Edgar Award finalist. An English college professor for many years, he published more than seventy-five mystery, crime, Western, horror, and children's novels, including standalone novels and several series (Sheriff Dan Rhodes, Professor Carl Burns, Professor Sally Good, PI Truman Smith, weatherman Stanley Waters, and teenager Mike Gonzo). In 2010, he was inducted into the Texas Literary Hall of Fame.