No doubt recalling my fondness for August Derleth’s Solar Pons, my friend Julie D. dropped me a line saying:
“the Sebastian Thorn stories paint a nice ‘modern’ Holmesian figure.”
Who? Thorn? Never heard of the fellow.
So, curious, I followed the link that Julie provided and saw that a young gentleman named Andrew Evelyn has been self-publishing his own present day Sherlock Holmes pastiche stories (starring a character named Sebastian Thorn).
Here is the series description:
Consulting detective Sebastian Thorn follows in the footsteps of Sherlock Holmes and Hercule Poirot in solving baffling crimes and mysteries accompanied by his friend and partner James Ashton.
And most importantly there are audio versions! Andrew Evelyn has posted his stories into an iTunes podcast feed…
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But, a little detective work also turns up the regular podcast feed too:
Posted by Jesse Willis
- LibriVox: The Valley Of Fear by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle
- Five Free Favourites #12 – Sherlock Holmes Pastiche
- Radio Drama Revival: The Adventure Of The Blue Carbuncle – a SHERLOCK HOLMES audio drama
- Tantor Media: FREE AUDIOBOOK: The Memoirs Of Sherlock Holmes by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle
- Review: Death Cloud by Andrew Lane
- Naxos Audiobooks: 3 FREE Sherlock Holmes short stories