The Case Of The Snow-White Lady

This long short story – it’s about 11,000 words – is probably the most traditional of my Holmes stories. I wrote it as a Halloween chiller last year (and yes, I’m doing another this year!). The Case Of The Snow-White Lady is currently available as an ebook on Amazon, and free to read on Kindle Unlimited.

Here’s the blurb:

There is no such thing as a vampire … or is there?

Sherlock Holmes and Dr Watson are summoned to Dartmoor by an old schoolfriend of Watson’s, Bill Holcombe. His sixteen year old daughter Amelia, who died a month previously, has been seen wandering the village at night. Witnesses swear that she catches animals and sucks their blood. The whole neighbourhood fears the ‘Snow-White Lady’, and Holcombe is desperate to prove she is not a vampire.

The great detective’s famous scepticism is put to the test in a mystery where boundaries blur between the living and the dead…

The Case Of The Snow-White Lady

To read the beginning of the book, click here for a free sample.