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She's back in Book Three

Sherlock Holmes Magazine - Issue 13

The third in the lighthearted series that pairs Holmes with the ghost of Lady Juliet Armstrong. This time, the unlikely duo are on the move across Europe, via The Orient Express.


"Mr. Sherlock Holmes? I am or was, Lady Juliet Armstrong, Baroness Crestwell. Having been murdered, I am deceased and require your assistance.”

Thus began the strangest partnership in the long career of Sherlock Holmes. In Book One of this series we met the brash and bold, silly and sassy Lady Armstrong who wouldn’t let a simple thing like death stop her from seeking the great Detective’s help in solving the mystery of her violent and untimely demise.

Further adventures followed and in Book Two, she and her dog Pookie became frequent companions to Holmes, Watson and yes, Mrs. Hudson. Sherlock Holmes and the Glamorous Ghost is the brainchild of author Harry DeMaio, creator of the famous Octavius Bear adventure series.

Now, welcome to Book Three! Juliet and Holmes are on the move. Paris, Brighton, The Orient Express, Vienna! Meet the glorious Lipizzaner stallions. Say hello to Juliet’s family. Once again, join us for more comic and lighthearted mysteries of madcap mystical mischief and mayhem! Don’t forget Pookie!

The Glamorous Ghost Series is available from MX Publishing and from:


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