P Day

Yippee! It’s P (for publication) day tomorrow so I’m posting the blog a day early. You’ll forgive me, I’m sure, if I’m a bit too preoccupied (who said ‘addled’?) to deliver it on Wednesday.

I’m thrilled that after months of waiting, Sherlock Holmes and the Other Woman will finally hit the shelves.

Here’s what my publisher had to say:

On November 4th – from the international bestelling author Geri Schear (A Biased Judgement: The Sherlock Holmes Diaries 1897) comes another Sherlock Holmes novel……

Poltergeists, Egyptian myths, and a series of murders make 1898 a year Sherlock Holmes will never forget. From Camden Town to the diamond district, no part of London is safe. It will take all his skills if Holmes is to keep himself, Doctor Watson, and their friends free from harm. He doesn’t need any distractions. What a time for Lady Beatrice to be trapped in a volatile Paris.

Sherlock Holmes and The Other Woman is available from all good bookstores including The Strand Magazine,  Amazon USA, Amazon UK, Waterstones UK and for free shipping worldwide Book Depository . In ebook format it is in Kindle.


I’ll be launching Sherlock Holmes and the Other Woman from The Gutter Bookshop in Temple Bar, Dublin on November 11th from 6:30 to 8pm . It would be lovely if you could stop in, have a glass of wine, and say hello. Here’s the link to their website, if you want to check out the shop (it’s fabulous!)  or need directions:  http://gutterbookshop.com/index.html

Then, on November 19th at 7pm, I’ll be reading and signing copies in the public library in Kells, County Meath.

If you’re available for either or both events, I’d love you to stop by and say hello.

Sherlock Holmes and the Other Woman 1


About Geri Schear

Geri Schear is an award-winning novelist, author of three Sherlock Holmes and Lady Beatrice books published by MX Publishing. Her short stories have appeared in a number of journals. For further information, see her page at Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/Geri-Schear/e/B00ORWA3EU
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