Tales from the Stranger’s Room #3

Five years ago Sherlock Holmes author and editor David Ruffle put together a collection of new Holmes stories called Tales From The Stranger’s Room, with royalties from all the authors going to The Beacon Society (an organization supporting and recognizing exemplary educational experiences that introduce young people to the Sherlock Holmes stories). The collection was a great success and Tales From The Stranger’s Room 2 came out shortly after.

Now five years later we have volume three and this time David Ruffle is joined by Danielle Gastineau, Soham Bagchi, David Marcum, Robert Perret, Mark Mower, Margaret Walsh, Anna Lord, Arthur Hall, Geri Schear, Jennifer Met, S F Bennett, and Craig Janacek with all the royalties going to Stepping Stones School at Undershaw, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s former home and where he wrote many of the Sherlock Holmes stories.

“Don’t expect to read this collection straight through, non stop. Savor each, imagine Holmes and Watson in each work. Sit back and let each author introduce you to his particular image and fantasy. It’s elementary, it’s a thoroughly enjoyable collection.” Biblophile

Now on Kickstarter



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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