CHANNILLO
The Shirley Combs/Dr. Mary Watson Mysteries
By Sandra de Helen

Series Description:

Female Sherlock Holmes and naturopath Dr. Mary Watson investigate and solve crimes in modern day Portland, Oregon. Shirley Combs uses the methods of the original Sherlock. Dr. Watson narrates the cases, each of which is descended from one of A. Conan Doyle's stories.

Category: Fiction Book Chapters
Updated: All At Once
Status: Completed



Author Bio For Sandra de Helen:

Sandra de Helen, author of the Shirley Combs/Dr. Mary Watson series also has been a produced playwright for many years, as well as a poet. Her play Something's Got to Give was produced in Oregon in 2015 as part of the 365 Women A Year Playwriting Project. Singer Clashes with Cougar was produced in New York in July, 2014 by{Your Name Here} A Queer Theatre Company. Her poetry chapbook All This Remains to be Discovered is available at Another Read Through Bookstore in Portland, Oregon or online. Samples of her work are available at her website, SandradeHelen.com

Acknowledgements:

First, I thank my readers. Because you read my work, or came to a reading, or were a beta reader for my books, you have encouraged me to continue this series. So you have no one to blame but yourselves if I write a book for every story A. Conan Doyle ever wrote about Sherlock Holmes.

Second, I am grateful to A. Conan Doyle who provided me with endless hours of entertainment both as a child and as an adult with his Sherlockian tales. And now of course, I’ve created my own female versions of SH and Dr. Watson. Watch for Moriarty in book three, Valley of Fear.

Notes:

DISCLAIMER

This is a work of fiction. Any similarity to persons living or dead (unless explicitly noted) is merely coincidental. While many of the places and place names, street names, building names, and so on are based on reality, the author has added additional floors to some buildings, moved them up or down the street, or whatever she needed to further the story. Please use real maps and street signs to find your way around Portland and its environs.

References:

The Complete Sherlock Holmes.

All the stories are available for free online. I was lucky enough to have the book of all the Sherlock stories in my home as a child. I read it many times, and continue to do so today. Of course, I now carry my book around on my Kindle. It's lighter, but doesn't smell as nice.







Series Description:

Female Sherlock Holmes and naturopath Dr. Mary Watson investigate and solve crimes in modern day Portland, Oregon. Shirley Combs uses the methods of the original Sherlock. Dr. Watson narrates the cases, each of which is descended from one of A. Conan Doyle's stories.

Category: Fiction Book Chapters
Updated: All At Once
Status: Completed


Author Bio For Sandra de Helen:

Sandra de Helen, author of the Shirley Combs/Dr. Mary Watson series also has been a produced playwright for many years, as well as a poet. Her play Something's Got to Give was produced in Oregon in 2015 as part of the 365 Women A Year Playwriting Project. Singer Clashes with Cougar was produced in New York in July, 2014 by{Your Name Here} A Queer Theatre Company. Her poetry chapbook All This Remains to be Discovered is available at Another Read Through Bookstore in Portland, Oregon or online. Samples of her work are available at her website, SandradeHelen.com

Acknowledgements:

First, I thank my readers. Because you read my work, or came to a reading, or were a beta reader for my books, you have encouraged me to continue this series. So you have no one to blame but yourselves if I write a book for every story A. Conan Doyle ever wrote about Sherlock Holmes.

Second, I am grateful to A. Conan Doyle who provided me with endless hours of entertainment both as a child and as an adult with his Sherlockian tales. And now of course, I’ve created my own female versions of SH and Dr. Watson. Watch for Moriarty in book three, Valley of Fear.

Notes:

DISCLAIMER

This is a work of fiction. Any similarity to persons living or dead (unless explicitly noted) is merely coincidental. While many of the places and place names, street names, building names, and so on are based on reality, the author has added additional floors to some buildings, moved them up or down the street, or whatever she needed to further the story. Please use real maps and street signs to find your way around Portland and its environs.

References:

The Complete Sherlock Holmes.

All the stories are available for free online. I was lucky enough to have the book of all the Sherlock stories in my home as a child. I read it many times, and continue to do so today. Of course, I now carry my book around on my Kindle. It's lighter, but doesn't smell as nice.