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Matthew Booth is the creator of Everett Carr, a retired judge and reluctant amateur detective, who features in a new series of Golden Age-style 1930s whodunits, the first of which, A Talent for Murder, is out now. Matthew is also the creator of When Anthony Rathe Investigates, a contemporary take on the classic detective story, which began as a radio series on the Imagination Radio syndicate in America. He is the author of a collection of Sherlock Holmes mysteries called Sherlock Holmes and the Giant’s Hand and he has contributed a number of Sherlock Holmes stories to several anthologies.
He is the current Editor of Red Herrings.
Books by Matthew Booth
When Anthony Rathe Investigates
Sherlock Holmes and the Giant’s Hand
The Further Exploits of Sherlock Holmes
The Book of Extraordinary New Sherlock Holmes Stories: The Best New Original Stores of the Genre
The Return of Sherlock Holmes: Further Extraordinary Tales of the Famous Sleuth
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