Now you see them, now you don’t … Where is the missing mother? And the omnibus with nine occupants? In Strange Events, Sherlock Holmes and John Watson return in two bizarre and chilling tales by the ingenious Lyn McConchie.
How can an omnibus with eight passengers and a driver simply vanish into thin air? The newspapers are full of speculation, and the police are clueless. Maurice Jepson’s... [click here for more]
Lyn McConchie transports us to Victorian London, where Sherlock Holmes and John Watson must solve two cases involving Poisonous People.
A POISONING AT THE PUBLISHER: Maid and occasional cook Mary Fellowes has been accused of attempting to poison her employers and the evidence against her is damning -- or is it? Is she the scheming and vengeful woman that others describe? Or is she innocent, caught... [click here for more]
Lyn McConchie again carries the reader back to the Victorian London of Sherlock Holmes and John Watson, this time with two Beastly Mysteries.
When Lord Temberton opens an Anglo-Saxon barrow and finds a securely locked Elizabethan chest seven mummified penguins placed around it in a circle, it is to Sherlock Holmes that he turns for answers. Is this sabotage? A practical joke? Or something more sinister?... [click here for more]