Kieran McMullen

The Egyptian Curse (Sherlock Holmes & Enoch Hale) By Dan Andriacco & Kieran McMullen

by Kathleen Kaska


You’re suspected of murder. Your alibi might be just a figment of your imagination–or so say the authorities. Another investigator appears to be interfering with you trying to prove your innocence. Your love interest and her brother, her father and two archeologists all have motives, but Scotland Yard stays focused on you. You’ve been in a pickle before, but a certain beekeeper has always saved your skin. So when another murder is committed and you, again, are the prime suspect, well even Sherlock Holmes may not be able to rescue you.

The Poisoned Penman By Dan Andriacco & Kieran McMullen: Review/Guest Post/Giveaway

by Kathleen Kaska
& Dan Andriacco



This week we have a review of Dan Andriacco's latest Enoch Hale mystery The Poisoned Penman, along with a really fun guest post from Dan about Sherlock Holmes, who makes an appearance in the book. His post is called The Iconic Sleuth. You can also find details on how to win a copy of The Poisoned Penman and a link to purchase the book (a portion of all sales from this link go to help support KRL).

The Amateur Executioner: Enoch Hale Meets Sherlock Holmes by Dan Adriacco & Kieran McMullen: Book Review/Giveaway

by Kathleen Kaska



I love reading Sherlock Holmes pastiches. For generations clever writers have taken Holmes and sent him around the world, into the future, the past, into outer space, and even to Texas. They’ve made him a teenager, a woman, a Jack Russell terrier, a rat; given him a wife, a female Dr. Watson, and an alien as a partner. He’s battled Martians, vampires, and Jack the Ripper.

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