Sherlock Holmes Mystery Magazine #2

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Marvin Kaye
Wildside Press LLC, 2009 - Fiction - 132 pages
3 Reviews
The second issue of SHERLOCK HOLMES MYSTERY MAGAZINE includes contributions from Darrell Schweitzer ("The Adventure of the Hanoverian Vampires"), Marc Bilgrey ("You See, But You Forget"), David Waxman ("Tough as Diamonds"), Ron Goulart ("The Mystery of the Flying Man"), Gary Lovisi ("A Study in Evil"), Jean Paiva ("Max's Cap"), M.J. Elliott ("A Reputation for Murder"), and Sir Arthur Conan Doyle ("The Musgrave Ritual"). Plus the usual features and columns!
  

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Marvin Kaye has done a great job editing and keeping Sherlock Holmes alive Read full review

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You can't go wrong with Conan Doyle's Adventure of the speckled Band and there is a neat Colonel Moran adventure A Volume in Vermilion by Kim Newman, the other stories are hit and miss in particular ... Read full review

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About the author (2009)

Marvin Kaye (b. 1938) is the author of more than forty books. Born in Philadelphia, he attended college at the University of Pennsylvania, graduating with advanced degrees in theater and English literature. After reporting for the national newspaper "Grit" for several years, he moved to New York City and found work in publishing. He published his first nonfiction book, "The Histrionic Holmes", in 1971, and followed it with the mystery novel "A Lively Game of Death" (1972), which introduced sleuthing public relations agent Hilary Quayle, Kaye's most famous character. In addition to five Quayle novels, Kaye has written and edited dozens of works of fiction and nonfiction. He is also one of the founders of the Open Book, New York City's oldest continuously operating reading theater. In 2010, the theater produced Kaye's "Mister Jack", a comedy about Don Juan. Before his retirement, Kaye taught creative writing at New York University, and regularly performed improvised comedy at the Jekyll & Hyde Club.

Gary Lovisi is a Mystery Writers of America Edgar Award nominated author for the Best Short Story of the year for his Sherlock Holmes pastiche, "The Adventure of the Missing Detective." He is a Holmes fan, collector, and writes various articles and short stories of, and about, The Great Detective - some of which have been collected into the books The Secret Adventures of Sherlock Holmes and More Secret Adventures of Sherlock Holmes (Ramble House) and the novel, Sherlock Holmes: The Baron's Revenge (Airship 27). He is the editor of Paperback Parade and Hardboiled magazines, and of the recent Sherlock Holmes anthology, The Great Detective: His Further Adventures (Wildside Press).

Author and editor Darrell Schweitzer was born on August 27, 1952. He primarily writes fantasty, horror, and science fiction works, but he also writes literary criticism and edits collections of essays on various writers within his preferred genres. He has published over three hundred short stories. His individual work has been nominated three times for the World Fantasy Award and he received it once as part of the editorial team of Weird Tales.

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