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First up is a story in the Sherlock Holmes universe called Sherlock Holmes-Adler

I'd like to think it lies more in the vein of Stephen Moffat and Mark Gatiss's two Sherlock series than Guy Richie's latest effort (although I have to admit, I rather enjoyed the first one).

And if you're not too impressed with my take on the world's first consulting detective then I can recommend either The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes or The Memoirs of Sherlock Holmes, both of which are available as completely free downloads for the Kindle. 

There's also a tidy little 500 word flash piece called Find The Key. This was written initially for the Worcester Writers Circle of which I am lucky to count myself a member. The WWC is actually the oldest continuously meeting writers group in the country and has been supporting local writers since June 26th 1941. 

Nice Legs is a piece I like a lot - it's fast moving, funny and slightly icky. However, it also serves as a lesson in the perils of topical writing. When I first wrote, it the Olympics were in full swing and those nightmarish mascots were everywhere. Now a few months have passed and I can hardly remember what they looked like. By this time next year we'll have forgotten what they looked like. Except that they were slightly icky.

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