Conan Doyle Solves the Final Problem

This March we’ll be hosting two book signings, both happening on Thursdays – save the dates! So, the first one:

Sherlock Holmes (r) and Dr. John H. Watson. Illustration by Sidney Paget from the Sherlock Holmes story The Greek Interpreter, which appeared in The Strand Magazine in September, 1893. Original caption was “HOLMES PULLED OUT HIS WATCH.”

Roger Straughan’s book A Study in Survival presents dramatic new evidence for the survival of our individual personalities after death. Providing this is an astonishing series of recent communications from a man who died in 1930 and whose mission, when alive, was to bring just such evidence to the notice of the widest possible audience – Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. This ‘study in survival’ describes in vivid detail the intriguing twists and turns of an investigation worthy of the immortal Sherlock Holmes himself, whose legendary return from apparent death uncannily foreshadows that of his famous creator.

What? Author talk followed by Q&A and book signing.

When? Thursday, March 3rd, 6.30pm – 7.30pm (free entry)

Where? As usual, at Watkins Books, 19-21 Cecil Court, London (directions)

About the book: Describes the intriguing twists and turns of an investigation worthy of the immortal Sherlock Holmes himself, whose legendary return from apparent death uncannily foreshadows that of his famous creator. This title demonstrates paranormal knowledge of current affairs and major news events.

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