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Matthew Booth is the author of the Everett Carr mysteries, a series of Golden Age-style 1930s whodunits, as well as the Alex Priest crime novels, featuring a private eye based in post-WW2 London. 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
The Dangers of this Night
A Talent for Murder
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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