Sherlock Holmes – Investigating with Intelligence

Readers of my humorous Lawrence Pinkley detective storys will know that he always uses the Sherlock Holmes books as text books to help him learn the skills to be a better detective. Today I thought it would be nice to take a look at Arthur Conan Doyle’s creation. Modern day Sherlock Holmes re-enactments depict him exclaiming,… Read More

Agatha Christie – An Author’s Mysterious Disappearance

I enjoyed reading the crime books by Agatha Christie as a child, and there are elements of them in my Lawrence Pinkley humorous detective series. But, one of the most intriguing things about Agatha Christie was her own unusual disappearance. Enjoy! Ironic situations are one of the most gripping parts of any detective story. One… Read More

Faeries in England – Tales of Folklore

English folklore is littered with mentions of Fairies, or Faeries. I took Faerie elements associated with the time of King Arthur (Morgan Le Fay) and wound them into The Moon Stealer series. In the world we live today technology creates the magic and disproves the wonders of the past. But what if we’ve simply lost touch… Read More