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Phantom Hounds

Thought you and your members would be interested in my new novel.

Were Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson wrong?

Matthew Ward and Jimmy Black, the two Scotland Yard detectives and heroes of WR.PARK’s novel Fatal Incision—and famed as the men who broke the case and captured Jack the Ripper—find themselves mired in their latest case as independent investigators in—Phantom Hounds: The Curse of the Baskervilles.

What they discover deep in the moors, that threatens their lives,

Novel - Phantom Hounds

asks the question—were Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson wrong about the villain Stapleton, as recorded in Watson’s account of The Hound of the Baskervilles?

Phantom Hounds ISBN number 9781612960128 will be released early March and available now on Amazon—Barnes & Noble and other websites will follow soon.

Then, discern for yourself if Holmes and Watson’s deductions were wrong in the novel, The Hound of the Baskervilles.

WR.PARK                                  (posted March ’11)

1 Comment »

  1. I got the creeps recently when I considered that Sherlock Holmes himself could have been Jack the Ripper. He disliked women. He could have been equally good as a criminal. And he was “well up in anatomy.” ::shudder::

    Comment by MEW — April 16, 2011 @ 8:21 am

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