The Improbable Casebook of Sherlock Holmes


Where does the improbable end and the impossible begin? Nick Cardillo (author of The Feats of Sherlock Holmes) presents seven improbable adventures of the World's Greatest Detective collected for the first time in one place. These tales of mystery and suspense will test the minds of Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson like never before as they confront a wide array of monsters, madmen, impossible crimes, and the wildest aberrations of nature beyond their wildest nightmares. The Improbable Casebook of Sherlock Holmes is the long-awaited second collection from an exciting new voice in the world of Sherlockian pastiche.

The Feats of Sherlock Holmes


Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson return in six further adventures which display the great detective’s brilliance once more. In these adventures set across the span of the duo’s lives at 221b Baker Street, Holmes and Watson travel from the highest realms of society to the lowest dens of criminality across London in pursuit of the solution to a host of baffling mysteries. What secret does a simple wedding ring hold? What has become of a young woman fleeing the country? Can Holmes uncover the truth of a haunted house which has baffled all of London? These are but a few of the questions which shall be answered as the pages of Dr. Watson’s notebooks are opened once more to reveal The Feats of Sherlock Holmes.

Sherlock Holmes: After the East Wind Blows - Volume II


Features "The Curse of the Roaring Tiger" by Nick Cardillo

Contained in this collection are 36 Canonical adventures in three companion volumes by many of today's best Sherlockian pasticheurs, relating some of Holmes and Watson's wartime adventures, and then telling us what happened afterwards during those years immediately following the Armistice, and on through the 1920's. Join Holmes and Watson as the thunderous Guns of War begin to fire, through the nightmarish years that followed, and then through the other side when the storm has cleared . . . . The game is afoot!

The Meeting of the Minds: The Cases of Sherlock Holmes and Solar Pons - Volume II


Features "The Adventure of the Perfect Murder" by Nick Cardillo

The world knows of Sherlock Holmes. For those who haven’t yet been lucky enough to yet meet Solar Pons, one should know that he is a Great Detective in the Holmesian Mold: He models himself after Holmes, wearing the expected deerstalker and Inverness...His adventures, set in the 1920’s and 1930’s, are transcribed by his friend, Dr. Parker...Throughout the Pontine Canon, there are references to Sherlock Holmes. For long decades, Pons fans and scholars have speculated on the connection between the two. Now, after all this time – nearly one-hundred years since the last Canonical Holmes story was published and Derleth recorded the first Pons tale – Belanger Books proudly presents the stories that provide answers – The Meeting of the Minds . . . . 

The Necronomicon of Solar Pons


Features "A Matter of Blood" by Nick Cardillo

From Sherlock Holmes to the Cthulhu Mythos August Derleth introduced the world to Solar Pons and Dr. Lyndon Parker in the 1920's. Pons, like Sherlock Holmes, solved crimes using deduction and ratiocination, often referring to Holmes as "The Master" or "My illustrious predecessor". Since his first appearance, Pons has been a favorite with Sherlockians.In the 1930's, Derleth coined the term "Cthulhu Mythos" to describe the weird fiction written by the writers in the Lovecraft circle. Now, for the first time ever, the estate of August Derleth has authorized a one of a kind anthology combining Derleth's Solar Pons, the Sherlock Holmes of Praed Street, with his Cthulhu Mythos and horror tales. Join us in the foggy streets of early 20th Century London where horror is lurking on the streets and also at the veil of reality.

Sherlock Holmes: Adventures Beyond the Canon - Volume III


Features "A Ghost from the Past" by Nick Cardillo

This anthology, with twenty-nine brand new stories, spread over three volumes, reveals some of those sequel investigations. There are stories ranging from Holmes’s early days in Montague Street, through the legendary Baker Street years, and well into his retirement. We meet former clients with new problems, and former adversaries too. Sometimes we find that the published Canonical version of a story was only the beginning, while other tales in this collection reveal what was really going on during the original narratives.