Episode 54: The Detective, The Woman and The Silent Hive

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BSB Amy has a new book! Silent Hive is a new story about Sherlock Holmes and Irene Adler that ties into Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s original story “The Five Orange Pips.” We chat to her about what it’s like having three pastiches out, a LOT about The Five Orange Pips, and how to start writing your own pastiches.

Amy has previously written The Detective and The Woman and The Detective, The Woman and The Winking Tree. Silent Hive is the third in the series, and it continues her exploration of the lives of Holmes and Adler post-Reichenbach. The new story stands alone, but if you’ve read the other two, you’ll find references and continued plotlines to enjoy.

Here’s what the book is about:

The mysterious death of Irene Adler’s bees leads to a consultation with Sherlock Holmes and the discovery of a sinister connection to a case many years in the past. When this threat imperils the safety of everyone the detective holds dear, he and The Woman are forced to use every ounce of their ingenuity to save their friends.

Here’s how to get Amy’s books:

If you’d like to catch up on all three books, Dr. Watson’s Lounge has a 3 books for 2 deal here.

Individually, The Detective The Woman and The Silent Hive is available from all good bookstores including   Amazon USAAmazon UKWaterstones UK, and for free shipping worldwide from Book Depository. In ebook format it is in Amazon Kindle.

How to get the previous two books in the series:

(Book 1) The Detective and the Woman: A Novel of Sherlock Holmes is available from all good bookstores and e-bookstores worldwide including in the USA Amazon,Barnes and Noble and Classic Specialities - and in all electronic formats including Amazon Kindle , iTunes(iPad/iPhone) and Kobo.

(Book 2) The Detective, The Woman and The Winking Tree: A Novel of Sherlock Holmes is available from all good bookstores and e-bookstores worldwide including in the USA Amazon,Barnes and Noble and Classic Specialities - and in all electronic formats including Amazon Kindle , iTunes(iPad/iPhone) and Kobo.

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